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OUR SERVANT KING

They could work no more,landing
on the pebbled shore,
a meal of grilled fish,ready there,
broken bread to share-
eaten at his feet
breakfast....so
Sweet !


Full story of this vignette @ John 21: 1-14


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UNFINED CANA NOUVEAU

On the coals,mutton stew and
fresh pitta bread rolls;
the wedding was just lacking
red wine from the vine-
a word from a king
and all was
fine !

Full story of this vignette at John 2:1-11


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VIGNETTE-CHEF'S SPECIAL

As a fine frost in the morn
What-is -it at dawn
With fresh-found quail for tea,
Both gratis and free-
Each heaven-sent..meet
Ready to
Eat !

Full story of this vignette @ Ex 16:1-18


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COMMUNAL SUPPER

Set out in an upper room,
passover made new;
tender slowly cooked lamb stew,
wine,unleavened bread
with thanksgiving said-
A hymn of
Praise !

Full story of this vignette @ Like 22:11-20


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Saints Communion (Epulaeryu)

Turning water into wine
Internal life spring
Communion for the saints
Uplifting the soul
Raising heads received
From His hands
Bread!

© Jonathan 1/2/2008

Picture of the Communion.  The “Epulaeryu” consists of seven lines with thirty-
three (33) syllables.   The first line has seven (7) syllables, the second line five 
(5), the third line seven (7), the fourth line five (5), the fifth line five (5), the sixth 
line three (3), and the seventh line has only one (1) syllable which ends with an 
exclamation mark.  It’s all about delicious food. The Epulaeryu was developed by 
Joseph Spence after enjoying many delicious and nourishing meals during his 
most memorable travels.


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Feeding Miracle (Epulaeryu)

Meal from barley loaves and fish A boy with a wish They all had a blessed fish plate Five thousand plus ate Words from the Savior Souls filled with Food! © Joseph, 11/3/07 © All Rights Reserved Based on John 6:1-59 of Jesus feeding a multitude. 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 meal. The Epulaeryu poetic form syllable count is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1. It has corresponding lines built around the meal, and concludes with the ending line expressing the writer’s excitement and feelings about the meal. The Epulaeryu was invented by Joseph Spence.


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SIPSEY'S SPECIAL

Tomatos,medium green
 bacon drippings,lean
cornmeal,coated on both sides
Seasoned with pepper
Alabama fried,
Whistle stop
Mean !


Acknowledgements to, in  this tribute to novelist Fannie Flagg


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My Vineyard (Epulaeryu)

Let the poor in my vineyard
Gleaning and eating
Even strangers I attest
Come to the harvest
Sweet grapes for the souls
Behold thy
Feast!

© Joseph, 1/3/08
© All Rights Reserved


This religious Epulaeryu is based on Leviticus 19:10 and Deuteronomy 23:24.  
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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Thirst Quencher (Epulaeryu)

He gave water to quench thirst A refreshing spring He told it calm and be still Tasty as iced tea Sweet like lemonade It is so Nice! © Joseph, 11/6/07 © All Rights Reserved This is based on Mark 4:35-41. 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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JAMABALAYA

Ham,prawns,oyster,well seasoned
MIssisippi style
Crayfish,smoked sausage with rice
Soulful creole sauce
Louisiana
Simmering,
Hot!