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Epulaeryu Time Poems | Epulaeryu Poems About Time

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PICNIC TIME

baked beetroot in balsamic
carrots with cummin
sizzling prawns in mayonaise
lettuce and radishes
cold rasberryade
Olive oli
Press!

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2010

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Harvest Time

Annually the garden
provides the results
of one’s labour--together
fresh vegies and fruit 
a gift of heaven,
to you Lord
thanks

Copyright © harry horsman | Year Posted 2010

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JUICE OF FRUITY TIME

pears pumpkins peaches inflamed clothed in silky skin mauve skin dipped in moist marinade tables squirting wine sliced, baked, osterized mouths water wow!
( for the food contest)

Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2010

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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!

Copyright © Adell Foster | Year Posted 2007

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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.

Copyright © Joseph Spence Sr | Year Posted 2008

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CRUNCH TIME

tarragon and mustard seeds
with grean bean salad
and roasted butternut squash
a tain surprise
lime and green chilli
wild flower
wine.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2010

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OLDE TIME TUCK

Old spot sausage,slow braised
Casseroled pigeon
with thyme & parsley spices
A lentil potage
Elderflower ice
Ginger beer
Nice!

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2010

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JAMBALAYA TIME

Jambalaya tastes so fine
With sweet plantains fried…
Serve this dish up nice and hot,
Sure to hit the spot…
Of course you’ll feel fine
Won’t you sit,
Dine!        
 

Copyright © Adell Foster | Year Posted 2015

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Morning Tea (Epulaeryu)

Western delish scrambled eggs Warm country biscuits Spread with soft and cool cream cheese Crispy bacon?—Please! Herbal tea blending Flavor ascending This is so Good! © 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 has seven syllables, second line five, third line seven, fourth line five, fifth line five, sixth line three, and seventh line only one syllable which ends with an exclamation mark. The Epulaeryu poetic form syllable count is 7/5/7/5/5/3/1. Each line has one thought relating to the meal, 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 | Year Posted 2007

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Time for tea

Hot and invigorating 
Steam fills my face 
Green tea, antioxidant pleasure  

Copyright © Laura Mckenzie | Year Posted 2007