Teapot Poem by Ken Chawkin


Teapot Poem

This teapot, a gift for you,
sat on your kitchen table.
Later, we shared it, together.
Now, it sits alone, with me.

© Ken Chawkin
Fairfield, Iowa
May 1, 2016

4 Responses to “Teapot Poem by Ken Chawkin”

  1. Margot Says:

    Love teapots – and this poem….

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Alan Waite Says:

    What a talent Ken. Keep it up for all to enjoy. As Maharishi would say.

    Liked by 1 person

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