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Ever Have A Toaster?

Ever have a toaster tossing toast into the air?  
And usually you laugh, and lament you were not there
to catch that tasty jam substrate from mid air, onto plate;
You watched it and you wanted it, alas… you were too late.

Ice Cream Manifesto

Ice Cream Manifesto

It’s just a little kiosk in the middle of the street
between two one-way roadways, in the center where they meet.
There aren’t any tables. 377 more words

Judy Dykstra-Brown

friday feast: the sweet dark cookie of peace (poem + recipe)

When is a cookie more than just a cookie?

In Jeff Gundy’s chewy list poem, we are invited to look at ourselves and ponder questions about life and faith. 1,511 more words

Poetry Friday

friday feast: strolling down the "Produce Aisle" with Rebecca McClanahan

by Rebecca McClanahan

The artichoke keeps her distance.
She has been taken too many times. Now
the armadillo armor hides her secret heart. 633 more words

Poetry Friday


You are satisfyingly sweet

-so much, it reaches deep.

One sip and I find what I seek

-too strong, it makes me weak.

Yet you’re terrifyingly cold; 51 more words


Brunch Sonnet

A Sonnet about Brunch

(Because poets get hungry for fancy mid-morning meals)

Do not deny me my sweet Benedict-

On muffin toasted with a slice of ham.

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