Pungent coffee stains with the magnificent for company, I spill a drop in a background of shiny metals creating an orchestral symphony. Sitting in the boulevard I chase words into poetry, Alongside the parades of chaos singing a different symmetry. I write of sunsets, birds, kisses and seas, I even write about branches on broken trees; Of tales where the hero is the villain, and those who felt pain in dol multipled them a trillion. Of lonesome characters that wrote letters of love, they even defied their gods above.
It was his eyes that made me drink black coffee, no sugar, no cream, not even toffee. Deep, dark and bitter was the way he was; I even went to ‘Home Bakery’ just because. Decoctions of coffee comforted my freezing moments, heartbreak came to me in brief installments. Like most of my men with no names, my heart burned without any flames.
I love him like I love my coffee, and you must believe me when I say I will perish like the aroma of the first brew.