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Epulaeryu Holiday Poems | Epulaeryu Poems About Holiday

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The Harvest Food.

Twin shades of a noble bird
simmer in copper
as I forego the pigskin
for soft, sleepy, sweet
cranberry burnished
succulent
meat!


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- Sweet Potato Pie - Epulaeryu

Sweet potatoes, special cuts, Grandma's spices, nuts, Raisins cooked in every bite. Flaky crust baked light, Cool whip heaped up high. Thanksgiving – Pie!


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Potato Pancakes for Pilgrims

Polish potato pancakes My clan’s tradition Peel, grate, soften in water Add eggs, onions, salt A smidge of flour Fry in oil Wow!
*I am truly thankful for everything my grandparents did for me as a child. Learning to cook ethnic foods is just one of many blessings they bestowed upon me. *Entry for Gwen and Tony's Thanksgiving Dinner Epulaeryu contest


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THE TRADITIONAL RUMP ROAST

                           Place your rump roast in deep pan,
                          add cream of mushrooms, beef broth,
                                    potatoes, carrots;
                                     cook on medium 
                                       for four hours 
                                             done!


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A TRADITIONAL PUMPKIN PIE

                                         Mix white sugar, cinnamon,
                                  cloves ginger, sweet pumpkin puree,
                                         condensed milk and egg; 
                                                 bake it for fifty
                                                    minutes or
                                                         so!


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Good Luck Meal

GOOD LUCK MEAL

Hog jowl fried so crispy brown
Black eyed peas abound
Collard greens from the truck patch
Sweet tea down the hatch
Candied yams as well
My, do tell
YUM!!


	Curtis Moorman
	21 December 2011

	For Russell Siver's contest



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Grandmother's Turkey

My Grandmother's recipe
Here, yet she is gone.
Plump turkey stuffed with veggies,
Spices sprinkled on.
Basted until done.
Delicious,
YUM!


I'm most thankful for family!

P.S.- Complete recipe available upon request by Soup Mail.


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Thanksgiving Epulaeryu

With whipped cream such a sweet taste Delicious pie crust What a fabulous flavor goes along great with ice-cream Couldn't be better Pumpkin Pie Yum!
Nov.11, 2011


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Christmas Cookie

Um ginger bread cookies 
Spicy, sassy, a little zip
A cup of coco and a dip


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thanksgiving

sweet potatoes baked and browned
crispy marshmallows
chopped pecans toasted lightly
from stove to table
nothing beats dessert
unless it's
mashed!



I am thankful for spending time with my family when they live over 200 miles away.


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Thank You, God

Turkey roasted golden brown
Gravy on the side
Family at the table
Johnny, close your eyes
Pa asks the blessing
Give thanks to
God!


I'm thankful for my salvation


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New Years Good Luck Meal

Roast pork infused with garlic
oh so succulent
wrapped in shreds of sauerkraut
juicy,slightly browned
pan drippings aside
for the spuds
yum!


for contest sponsored by Russell Sivey


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Christmas Eggnog (Epulaeryu)

Gosh! What an elegant treat? Knocked me off my feet Eggnog on my lips so sweet Tasty and luscious Smooth – O’ so precious So delish— Hush! © Joseph, 12/2/07 © All Rights Reserved ~~~~~~~ Place among 273 Semi-Finalist Total of 1034 Entries Poetry Soup International Poetry Contest March 6, 2008 ~~~~~~~ Best Epulaeryu Honorable Mention Cristmas Time Is Here - Poetry Contest Sponsored by: John Heck December 24, 2007 ~~~~~~~


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Thanksgiving Treat

Fluffy pumpkin cheesecake pie
Layers of pure bliss
Graham crackers so buttery
Sweet pumpkin,cream cheese
Topped with rich whipped cream
My special
Treat!



I am so grateful that I have a good sense of humor...it 
has seen me through many of life's trials!!

for Thanksgiving dinner contest
sponsored by Gwendolen


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Holiday Kale

Steam just 'til leaves turn bright green.
Toss with minced garlic,
chopped olives (kalamata)
grapeseed oil, almonds
and fresh lemon juice.
Feta topped.
Yum!

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I am grateful for Chad, my new tattoo artist.


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Pumpkin Pie

Fresh pumpkin for pumpkin pie
Brown sugar...Oh my
Cinnamon-holidays scent
Vanillas taste-hint
Butter so creamy
Eggs-dreamy
WOW!


I am thankful that God has a plan for my life.


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Fiendish Cookies

The fiendish cookies are made Shapes of night objects Ones like pumpkins are real good Great skeletons too They each have icing Delightful Ghoul!
Russell Sivey


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Thanksgiving Praise (Epulaeryu)

O’ bless this Thanksgiving bird With fine dressing words From the ground it’s brown and round Cut me a big mound Cranberry sauce too O’ Lord thank You! © Joseph, 11/22/07 © All Rights Reserved The “Epulaeryu” poem is about delicious food and drinks. It consists of seven lines with thirty-three syllables. The first line has seven syllables, the second line five, the third line seven, the fourth line five, the fifth line five, the sixth line three, and the seventh line has only one syllable which ends with an exclamation mark. Each line has one thought relating to the main course. The Epulaeryu poetic form syllable count is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1. It has corresponding lines built around the main course, and concludes with the ending line expressing the writer’s excitement and feelings about the meal. The Epulaeryu poetic form was invented by Joseph Spence.


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Wild Christmas Goose (Epulaeryu)

(Get ready for the bird)

Roasting a goose just for you 
Succulently stuffed 
With wild rice, and curried shrimp… 
Teasingly browned -- Glazed 
With a cranberry 
-- Current blend  
Yum!


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Easter Lamb Special (Inverse Double Epulaeryu)

Leg of lamb with rosemary Herb sauce and berries Mouth-watering aroma Blend of paprika Get a plate in haste Such a great Taste! Nice! Easter crust Slice of delicious Tasty gingerbread Baked with touch a Easter wine Going to my head Ready to royally dine! © Joseph, March 19, 2008 © All Rights Reserved This poem about a delicious dish starts with the regular format of seven syllables in the first line, and it progresses down to one syllable in the seventh and last line. However, the second section starts with an inverse of the first section, whereby the poem starts with the seventh and last line of one syllable and ends with the first line of seven syllables. The form is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1/ and inverse 1/3/5/5/7/5/7. This form was created by Joseph S. Spence, Sr.


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FRUIT SALAD



apples grapes peaches on tray silky rinds explode flesh blended with milky cream nectar squirting juice, add cherry toppings toothy- fruit binge! Make Me Drool With Epulaeryu


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It's That Time Let's Feast (Epulaeryu)

(Gathering of thankful family and friends)
 
Time for a Thanksgiving feast
Hope you’re all hungry
There’s stuffed turkey finely browned,
pineapple glazed ham, salads,
Collard greens, hot breads…
Yam pudding, bundt cakes, 
Pies, and more		
Eat!


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Christmas Sweet Potato and Squash (Inverse Double Epulaeryu)

Sweet potato whipped with cream Butter and sugar Nutmeg blend with marshmallows Baked in acorn squash Aroma rising Taste so yum— my! Sweet! So charming Mouth water flowing Give me this baked squash Accented with cranberry Sprinkled with walnuts Filled with baked sweeeet potato © Joseph, 12/12/07 © All Rights Reserved The poem starts with the regular format of seven syllables in the first line and progress down to one syllable in the seventh and last line. However, the second section starts with an inverse of the first section, whereby the poem starts with the seventh and last line of one syllable and ends with the first line of seven syllables. The form is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1/ and inverse 1/3/5/5/7/5/7. This form was invented by Joseph S. Spence, Sr.


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Halloween Candy (Epulaeryu)

Halloween candy so nice
Like sugary spice
Crispy, creamy, chocolate
With tasty raisins
Trick or treat goblins
My tooth is 
Sweet!

© Joseph, 10/10/2007
© All Rights Reserved


The “Epulaeryu” poem is about delicious food and drinks. It consists of seven 
lines with thirty-three syllables. The first line has seven syllables, the second line 
five, the third line seven, the fourth line five, the fifth line five, the sixth line three, 
and the seventh line has only one syllable which ends with an exclamation mark. 
Each line has one thought relating to the main course. The Epulaeryu poetic form 
syllable count is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1. It has corresponding lines built around the main 
course, and concludes with the ending line expressing the writer’s excitement 
and feelings about the meal.  The Epulaeryu poetic form was invented by Joseph 
Spence.


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HolidayTreats (Epulaeryu)

Chocolate cheesecake, tasty
Cherries jubilee,
Yummy sweet potato pies,
Fresh baked apple crisp,
Mississippi cake
Great tasting
Sweets!