Sugar Cube

Sugar Cube

A Poem by Alexis L. Thompson

a sugar cube is placed upon one's 
tongue.
It is the sweetest thing.
The sweetest taste.
But as it dissolves
it disappears.
As if it were never there.
A wisp of sweet release.
Diminished.
Faded.
And then
there is no more.
Such a sweet substance,
lost forever.

© 2014 Alexis L. Thompson


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Alexis L. Thompson
Alexis L. Thompson

Waterloo, NY



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Well, I am 22 and I have a passionate, open relationship with poetry. lately i haven't written much. life catches up to you and you just don't seem to get a chance. so many things to write about , no.. more..

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