Wet

Wet; there are many kinds of wet. Wet that seeps and demoralizes, wet that annoys plus wet that is destructive. Yet mostly wet has astonishing restorative qualities that I bet few of you have considered. Hot wet tea clasped in cold hands as one curls around a good book or an imaginative movie. The rasping wet of hot coffee in the morning puncturing dreaminess for hurtful awareness, the wet after in invigorating swim. Wet hair full of perfume and promise driving a man clear off his noodle, close your eyes and dream a while.

Then there is beer laden as it is with pleasures and joy there is a quality few of us appreciate. . .its golden cool wetness as it slides down the throat after labours in hideous heat. Wet; I rest my case.