I dropped my favorite cup today.
The one I use each day for tea.
It looked OK,
at first.
I laughed.
But now it's leaving

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Light circles,
not yet pooling up.
But leaving footprints, nonetheless,
clear evidence of one thin crack
that will, as all cracks do,
grow wide

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I made this cup myself,
from clay.
I sliced it from its cool damp pug.
I wedged it on the canvas, then,
I fought the wheel for it's existence.

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to be completely truthful,
by the time the kiln was emptied,
meant to be a
champagne holder,
it had shrunk,
to 2 cup status.
Too small,
I liked the glazes.

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began it's long career.
Holding beverage all day long.
Held itself from dawn to dusk.
Maybe comfort went both ways.

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the crack and soon the holes.
What will be it's next adventure?
I can wait, I am not rushing.
I've no need of something different.
Let me hold it while I can
and then I'll set it free.