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munching on frank o'hara's "lines for the fortune cookies"

“It may be that poetry makes life’s nebulous events tangible to me and restores their detail; or conversely, that poetry brings forth the intangible quality of incidents which are all too concrete and circumstantial. 892 more words

Poetry - Was This Just Apple Pie?

A free verse poetry, “Was This Just Apple Pie?”

A humorous little ditty about apple pie. We grow up with favorite foods, the familiarity of SWEET scents, and happiness that mothers create. 539 more words

Urban Poetry

Poem of the Day

Sunday Dinner

My Nan grew up in wartime

And thought nothing goes to waste

And sometimes Sunday dinner

Wasn’t really to my taste

I loved to go to her house… 191 more words

Poem Of The Day

Poem of the Day

Phineas McGonagall

Phineas McGonagall was very strange indeed,

For the manner of his feeding and for where he kept his feed.

Upon his head, he wore a wig of lamington and cheese. 158 more words

Poem Of The Day

Wit on Rye: Paul Violi's "Counterman"

So, where’s the beef?

It all depends on who’s roasting it and how you order. Here’s to the many flavors of language, elevating the seemingly mundane into art, and having the appetite for a tasty serving of wit on rye. 920 more words

Poetry Friday

lost in thought
winding spaghetti around my fork

it falls off
you across the table
bathing in your wine

I begin again




Food Poem 1 - Wontons (huntun)

In the beginning
there was nothing –
this was huntun.

nothing grew lonely
turned in on itself
and from emptiness

hothouse meat… 17 more words