Waitress

Waitress

A Poem by Cole Hayley



Waitress

We're in a restaurant
We're sitting on the deck
With a beer and a glass
That you've spit in 

"There, drink me up", 
you say

I know the taste
I've tasted it before 
And you have the priciest cup 

The outdoor heater, 
A dumb waiter to the lord
I tell him "good work"
It's what I ordered 

You did me right 

© 2017 Cole Hayley



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Cole Hayley
#6 from Poems, October 6.

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A very nice read. Made me wish to know more. Thank you Cole for sharing the amazing poetry.
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Cole Hayley
Cole Hayley

Canada



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22, based in St. John's, Newfoundland. October; 31 days, 31 poems Current series: "Poems" Myocardial Feather Dance Ready? Dusk Moment Woman Waitress Dogberry October Lenoard Dawn S.. more..

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