addiction

I wake my head heavy, mouth dry, in desperate need of a fix. Shakily I get out of bed and on trembling legs make my way to the stash of powder.

I grasp the packet, desirous yet fearful to indulge my addiction. Could I get through the day without my fix? Perhaps so but, as the day progresses I know that my body’s craving for illicit pleasures will cause snappiness, lack of concentration and other classic signs of addiction.

With trembling hands I open the packet and watch as powder fills the receptacle. A few minutes later I sigh with satisfaction – this cappuccino tastes so dam good …

5 thoughts on “addiction

    1. drewdog2060drewdog2060 Post author

      I must confess that my stash is bought, in boxes containing 10 packets from my local Sainsburys supermarket. Maybe, if I ask nicely one of my family or friends will purchase a cappiccino making machine for christmas. Coffee drinkers of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your sleep for, as everyone knows excessive drinking of said beverage promotes hyperactivity and sleeplessness! Thanks for your comment. Kevin

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