Do you have a favorite tea poetry source? I have two tea poetry books that I enjoy: Tea Poetry, an anthology compiled by Pearl Dexter and Musings with a Cuppa by Earlene Grey (pen name, I assume).
Here is a poem I wrote tonight, on my way home from writing class.
At morning light, periwinkle vinca peeks through the grass
With cheery determination and perseverance
At noon, the daffodils raise their faces
Yogis with their perfect sun salutations
At tea time, the smell of hyacinths reaches round the corner
Masking the fumes of cars stopped at the light
At darkness, the weeping cherry greets me with her hair
Flown asunder, a goddess backlit by the moon
In the time for one petal to unfold, life changes
From white to pink to rose to burgundy to black
These flowers don't whisper; they yell
This moment, This Moment, THIS MOMENT!
And here are a few of those screamin' beauties: