February 22, 2010 by TeaEscapade
A toast to the grace of the pot,
ready at all time
To give up its emptiness
for the tea.
~The Minister of Leaves
Posted in tea poetry and quotes | Tagged tea, tea poetry, The Minister of Leaves | 2 Comments
Thanks for post. It’s really informative stuff.I really like to read.Hope to learn a lot and have a nice experience here!
I liked the poem, you know the Moroccan Tea ceremony has a poem that goes with it… Each line talks about the steeping and the sugar added to the tea.
The first glass is as bitter as life,
the second glass is as strong as love,
the third glass is as gentle as death.
Anyways thought it was good, and enjoyed the poem. Thought you would like that little fun fact about Moroccan Tea culture.
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