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Love Epulaeryu Poems | Epulaeryu Poems About Love

These Love Epulaeryu poems are examples of Epulaeryu poems about Love. These are the best examples of Love Epulaeryu poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Slow Going

Delectably delightful corn beef salty boil intimate melting spiced love gramma's secret touch potatoes, carrots seared onions yum!


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Burn With Con Carne

Usually a pound of ground with black beans abound pintos are good for your heart cannellini start pepper, tomatoes green chiles mix! Jalapeno, seeded, minced chop one onion rinced six cloves of garlic thrown in use olive oil then chili powder blend spice a lot HOT!


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Ballad for two violins

Romantic dinner:chamois,
A lot of candles
Lament the tame roe;
Potatoes-fiddlers
And grills in splinters.
Please,honey,
Eat!


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The Last Supper - Epulaeryu

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                                         a piece of unleavened bread
                                             wine – fruit  of  the  vine
                                              a  feast  of  Holy Spirit
                                               fills  my  hungry  soul
                                               with your gift of love
                                                       redemption
                                                           Lord!
                                                           ~~~                  
                                                         Inspired
                                                  by the Holy Bible
                                             Luke:  Chapter 22: 7-23
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                                             Awarded:  First Place
                                         John Heck's Epulaeryu contest


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Abstract Art Turns Me On



With each brazen stroke confusion in colors of euphony shine I dip beneath the song of understanding where mellifluous words fill thy mind of time upon this dismal canvas of white clouded dream splashing strokes and vivid color crash in my belief without understanding a mere inkling pulls you close to create a slight vision where your spirit shall roam far beyond the realm of breath and sight my intricate simplicity shall grab your minds eye come close, come close my dear friend of endless questions let thy fence of unknowing no longer hold your mind With each brazen stroke confusion in colors of euphony shine alone, you and I together we shall dine.......... __________________________________________________ Contest ~ "What Turns You On"


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Romanian "Ice and Desire"

"Striptease of sweetcherries" hot
With white dress ice-cream;
Liqueur-Impetuous fire;
This splendid old team,
In which desire
Is just small
Sip


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Religious Epulaeryu

The light of first beginning
Still feeds us with love:
Hot Fish and Bread and white wine
As blessed meal of mine.
I eat with my dove 
The sweet grains,  
Lord. 


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Romanian Hunger

Lamb well roasted with wine : tears...
New potatoes red;
Savory grave,dill gravy
Green salad wears;
Forgive us...
God !...


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Undeniably Delicious

Dark German Chocolate Cake, Oozing rich icing, With coconut and pecans. Made to give pleasure. Slice very large piece. Glass of milk. Yum!


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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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