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Epulaeryu Thanksgiving Poems | Epulaeryu Poems About Thanksgiving

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Sizzling succulent sirloin Crispy golden fries Sautéed mushrooms piled up high Tossed dressed green salad Knife and fork ready Just divine Mine! 10~26~14 Contest: Make me drool Epulaeryu Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich ~awarded 1st place~

Copyright © JAN ALLISON

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Vegetables are boring 'til they're drenched in cheese! Give them a calorie bump with a buttersauce - decadent, creamy, Thanksgiving dream!

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders

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An Italian Thanksgiving

Tom Turkey’s tender meat waits Lasagna’s served first Enticing garlic scent wafts Melted, fresh mozzarella Layered with rich sauce Temptation Yield !
*Written October 26, 2014. ;D My brother-in-law’s family has no room for turkey after eating the lasagna!

Copyright © Carolyn Devonshire

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Your Thanksgiving Turkey - Dear

A Gourmet Dark Chocolate A wanting palate Just a taste the rest you'll need Melted yes indeed Apply to privates Great for diets Feed!
25~10~2014 Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich Contest Name: MAKE ME DROOL with EPULAERYU I Hope You're Drooling This Year I Am Your Chocolate Covered Turkey

Copyright © Maurice Yvonne

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Fried Pumpkin Epulaeryu

You start with a small pumpkin.
Clean it, cut in cubes,
Fry with bacon and onions
A little butter.
Add salt and pepper
Till tender

Written 10.26.2017
Andrea Dietrich’s Contest:
Make Me Drool with Epulaeryu

Copyright © Brenda Meier-Hans

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Thanksgiving Dinner

Traditional roast turkey
only way for me,
with old fashioned bread dressing
and mashed potatoes.
Rich gravy over 
each savored


Copyright © Joyce Johnson

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Thanksgiving Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet potatoes boiled and mashed
Mixed with beaten eggs
Butter, salt and cinnamon
Whipped, spooned into pan
Pecans on top, bake
Fluffy smooth

© Sandra M. Haight 2014 
   All Rights Reserved

~4th Place~
Contest: Make Me Drool with Epulaeryu 
Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich

Copyright © Sandra Haight

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Turkey breast steaming odors
Stuffed with baked chestnuts
Tasty yams with brown sugar
Mashed potatoes, peas
Gravy, corn and beans
Pumpkin pie

Written on November 7, 2014
for Andrea Dietrich's MAKE ME DROOL with EPULAERYU - Poetry Contest

Copyright © Regina Riddle

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Deviled Eggs

                                      Smooth white orbs, halved and emptied
                                                 Golden centers mashed
                                             Mayo, pickle juice combined
                                                Half orbs mounded high
                                                      Paprika adorned
                                                       Won't last long

For Gwen and Tony's Thanksgiving Epulaeryu Contest

I am thankful for my salvation.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Copyright © Kim Merryman

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Thanksgiving Thinning

Lettuce languishes limply
beside cold snowdrifts
of cottage cheese, rice crackers
crisp as autumn leaves.
Blizzard of white plates.

A different take for Andrea's 'Epulaeryu' contest

Copyright © Charlotte Jade Puddifoot

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MY Thanksgiving Main Course

Buttery mashed potatoes
and home-style stuffing
which cradle creamy gravy.
Turkey, move over.
Side dishes

And I am thankful for contests like this one
that lets me talk about food, wonderful, food!

For "Fellow Poets~Gather for a Thanksgiving Dinner~ Poetry Contest"
Sponsored by Gwendolyn Rix and Mr. Tony Lane

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich

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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

Copyright © Carolyn Devonshire

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Thanksgiving Dessert

My favorite pumpkin pie Whipping cream piled high I make it rich and yummy Big treat for tummy Mama's recipe Save some for Me
Won a 6th I am so thankful for a loving family.

Copyright © Joyce Johnson

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Chocolate brownie with Icecream

Chocolate brownie with Ice cream

          Chocolate cake baked so crisp,
                    topped vanilla ice,
           hot chocolate poured on sides,
                 tickles the taste buds,
                      drooling saliva,
                              feast !!

Written October 27th, 2014
For Andrea's 'Make me drool with Epulaeryu' contest 

Awarded 7th place

Copyright © Dr. Upma A. Sharma

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Spice Morphs to Beauty

Bread crumbs, cranberries, sausage
Seasoning adds touch
A big hit with guest each year
Spice morphs to beauty
Table feels complete
Stuffing rocks...

*I am thankful for all of my beautiful friends here at the Soup…and for lovely judges like Gwen who take their time to offer us such fun contests.  Yes, I am trying to 'butter up' the judge a little but this poem is about stuffing -n- Thanksgiving so makes it ok, right? :)

Copyright © Natalie The Rogue Rhymer

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Stove top stuffing what a treat
marinate onions, 
cilantro, celery add
spinach, chili too 
 Stir fry  till crispy

Copyright © Margaret Okubo

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Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving Dinner:

                                 Butter roasted turkey breast
                                      Stuffing – Paxo’s best
                                Roast potatoes, carrots, peas
                                 Brussels sprouts with these
                                      Gravy – Bisto’s fine
                                         And serve with

I'm thankful for family and friends : )

Copyright © jack horne

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

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

Copyright © karen croft

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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

Copyright © Rachelle Turley

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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

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

for Thanksgiving dinner contest
sponsored by Gwendolen

Copyright © Deb Wilson

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Thanksgiving Seafood Feast

     Thanksgiving Seafood Feast

Crab cakes baked to a crisp brown
Sizzling lobster tail
Roasted Alaskan salmon 
Asparagus?  Yes!
Covered in butter 
Crazy pie 

Created on 10/26/14 for - MAKE ME DROOL with EPULAERYU – Poetry Contest

Copyright © Earl Schumacker

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Roast turkey with all trimmings
Cauliflower cheese
Goose fat roasted potatoes
Crisp pigs in blankets
Cranberry Jelly
Candles lit

Copyright © theresa stephens

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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.

Copyright © Joseph Spence Sr

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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		

Copyright © Adell Foster

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Thanksgiving Dinner (2 Epulaeryus)

Baked turkey and sweet cornbread
Dressing with gravy
Seven cheese macaroni
Collards and green beans
Real cranberry sauce
Take home plates

Red velvet cake with pecans
Sweet potato pie
Custards in aluminum
Moist coconut cake
Pound cake with icing
Extra plates

Copyright © Leon Stacey

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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

Copyright © Brian Strand

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Thanksgiving Turkey (Inverse Double Epulaeryu)

Nice turkey for Thanksgiving Flavorful tasting Dressing aroma rising Temperature on low Sage wings, breast and thighs Like a rose Sweet! Ahhh! Chardonnay Fine cranberry sauce Well seasoned gravy Succulent taste such splendor Cornish hen—it’s last! Turkey on my plate—gone fast! © Joseph, 11/1/07 © 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.

Copyright © Joseph Spence Sr