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you ate a z
it was meant for Z
it wasn’t your fault
not only because it
looked so scrumptious but
cause someone
gave it to you… 59 more words

friday feast: Lesléa Newman's "Ode to Chocolate" (+ recipe and giveaway winner!)

“Nobody knows the truffles I’ve seen.” ~ George Lang

Ready to take a walk on the dark side?

Slip into these luscious chocolate beauties, then gently sashay through the lines of this impassioned verse by acclaimed author, poet and editor… 802 more words

Poetry Friday

Poem of the Day

Balancing broccoli in a basin 

Bought by a beneficent buccaneer

bunches of broccoli

bound through the air

into a basin of boiling water.

They balanced the content of Vitamin B… 95 more words

Poem Of The Day

friday feast: "For the Chocolate Tasters" by Diane Lockward (+ a recipe!)

“Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food.” ~ Michael Levine

Please don’t wake me. I’m in the midst of a chocolate truffle dream… 1,384 more words

Poetry Friday

weekend breakfast poetry buffet

Good Morning!

Did you know that poetry is the most important meal of the day?

Spoon up a hearty bowl of metaphors, savor a sonnet, sip a warm couplet of coffee or tea. 872 more words

Poetry Friday

September On Jessore Road - Food Poem by Allen Ginsberg

This is not a celebration of food poem but rather about scarcity. Allen Ginsberg was writing about famine and war in Bangladesh, then East Pakistan, 1971. 1,107 more words


Blueberry, Blueberry, Blackbird Pie: NaPoWriMo 2016, Day 26

Blueberry, Blueberry, Blackbird Pie

Gotta get a cookie. Gotta eat some pie.
Gotta have some sugar, do or die.
Grab a fork and grab a spoon. 183 more words

Humorous Poetry