Flour Poems - Poems about Flour
Flour Poems - Examples of all types of poems about flour to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous
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A Piece Of Cake
flour, confidence, encouraging, food, hope,
...So far, so good, A Piece Of Cake
But time will tell when I finish this bake.
Next weigh out the ingredient things
Flour, sugar, butter and mixed string
Double take check, read list again
Silly old me it was a mixing machine.
flour, confusion, funny, memory, remember,
Form: Free verse
...yes, I needed to add vanilla.
Where is that vanilla?
In the pantry, I expect.
There are so many things in here.
Flour, sugar, coffee and tea.
There're canned peaches,
a bag of potatoes, some tuna and apples.
There is even some m......Read More
flour, allusion, silly,
...ake a bite, a little tidbit delight,
take a little more, once or twice, no chore,
sweet, tangy, sour, add a little flour,
blend it, mix and bake, devour its intake,
oh wait, hold back, hesitate
the news is on - all fake.
A Flat Bum
...allow for expansion, that's a fact
Guess it's not a bad thing
No need to put it in a sling
Or walk around wearing a flour sack!
flour, feelings, fun, humor, joy,
...e’s what I need!
From the never-ending deluge
Of daily wants I’m freed.
I mix the oil and sweetening,
The nutmeg, flour and salt.
Add oats or chips or nuts in
With milk, and beat it all!
The warm and spicy smell
Is wonderful to ......Read More
I Will Wait For You
flour, life, longing, love,
...red about, like, possessed by new heaven,
I rolled my loneliness like a quilt in cover.
And got fermented by you like flour by leaven...
Your smile was as though the constellation twinkling,
For your love, I thought, I will take many ......Read More
flour, appreciation, childhood, grandmother, happiness,
...ere I loved to visit -
A special place.
Bubbling jam and
Pickles in jars
A kitchen just meant
For juvenile stars.
Flour in the sifter
As well as the floor.
Little hands pushing
And rolling some more -
Cookies or doughnuts
Or loav......Read More
2021 - The Centennial of - 'Wonder Bread'
flour, food, history,
...e to him,
Rather than the other bakers, lay in his discovering that, even though the others used identical yeast and flour,
Folks would walk - or ride - or drive as much as several blocks to buy themselves a loaf that has been - baked w......Read More
SOME POLITICIANS WE HAVE AROUND HERE
flour, extended metaphor, fun, hilarious,
Form: Political Verse
a pieces of smelly,
a moldy sponge cake,
a bucephalus steak...
A serious candidate for exile,
exile beyond hell,
flour, angel, birth, death, god,
fall from the sky—held their power
in my little hands tightening!
(But hatred was an evil flour
that had risen in the ripening
of life at its tenderest hour.)
But never mind! O, But dare I
This or That
flour, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Form: Free verse
What is this heck heck heck,
I run this way you run that,
Mingle things in this and that,
Mix in flour, eggs and sugar,
Instead, we mixed salt,eggs and flour,
Then answer this and that after tasting cake,
It's all in a name
flour, career, character, destiny, fun,
...stock at bay.
The MASON builds the walls up,
When the fences have all blown away.
MILLER grinds the corn to dust,
Flour,wheat and chaff.
SHEPHERD round their flock at night,
To dip them in the bath.
The SHIPWRIGHT builds the migh......Read More
flour, dedication, devotion, education,
...th no doubt,
Farmers add granules of compounds to combat drought
Mixing small grains into carling draught
Or into flour and oil for palatable dishes and crust
Spinning of the ginnery, linen craft
Crafting aprons which the chefs trus......Read More
TRANSLATIONS OF THE OLDEST RHYMING POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
flour, england, poems, poetry, poets,
however eagerly they leap from their quivers.
Solution: a coat of mail.
Now skruketh rose and lylie flour
early Middle English poem, circa the 11th century
translation by Michael R. Burch
Now the rose and the lily s......Read More
Baking a Cake in Auntie's Kitchen
flour, child, childhood, cute, humorous,
Form: Free verse
to bake a cake.
How hard could it be, I thought—
a little of this and a little of that, mostly
flour, as I recall, and other white stuff
from her pretty cannisters.
My cake mixed up quite well, but I needed