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Recipes Poems - Poems about Recipes

Recipes Poems - Examples of all types of poems about recipes 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 examples for recipes.
Premium Member The Voyeur
...I’ve always wanted to meet you Not in person Yeah, in person More than anything in person But I am a cowardly man Craven Gun shy Whimpering and weak Shameful and afraid Timid Reeking of j......Read More
Categories: recipes, humor, humorous, satire,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member flavor of remorse
...I am blurred lines circling in spirals into the deadly depths of darkness taste of my remorse is flavored with seasoned cream cocktails of regrets I've been caught on a honed k......Read More
Categories: recipes, dark,
Form: Verse
Where Sea And The Sun Meet
...I can hear the roaring in sea off the coast of Null with big boats engine penetrating the deep and the loud chatter of the fishermen in in the middle of the ocean screaming and shouting as they pull ......Read More
Categories: recipes, adventure, appreciation, bridal shower,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Passionately Laissez-Faire
...I love doing things without any aim Meandering walks, bending rules of a game Writing poetry down without any plan Having a laugh just because I can Strolling through a gallery not knowing what's......Read More
Categories: recipes, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thanksgiving with the Dogs
...I am thankful for my improving health and grateful for all the prayers thankful for all the health care professionals who look after me thankful for my family and friends and peace within my li......Read More
Categories: recipes, dog, thanksgiving,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member New Menu at Milton Creek's Aces Restaurant
...*** Notice to the residents of Milton Creek *** Tom serves as mayor. never complaining, so he gets what he requests No blood in his steak, apple pie with sweet cream. Aces cooks that meal to pe......Read More
Categories: recipes, people, places,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member October Transitions
...October is one of those months that begins with transition and change. It's the tenth month of the year that brings us those refreshing cool breezes as our days become shorter. The leaves everywh......Read More
Categories: recipes, addiction, adventure, analogy, animal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Grumpy Cook Friday
...Grumpy Cook Friday the vegetable Man Always has an open cook book in his hand He usually has a mushroom, ready to cook. Humor doesn’t improve with recipes or book.......Read More
Categories: recipes, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Intangible Ingredients
...When Mother and I cooked in her kitchen, we often referred to Granny’s recipe cards. Frequently, though, the cards just listed the ingredients without exact quantities; and all too often the recipe’s......Read More
Categories: recipes, meaningful, memory, mother, mother
Form: Haibun
A Holiday Dinner
...For a holiday dinner, tradition’s in charge Of the menu, the guests and the place, With old favorites appearing as well as a few New additions the crowd might embrace. Once the table is set and......Read More
Categories: recipes, family, food, holiday,
Form: Rhyme
September 1st
...September? No, how can that be? The summer’s flown too fast for me. I flip the calendar to stare At each blank box that’s waiting there. The grandkids’ school will start next week As foliage p......Read More
Categories: recipes, september,
Form: Rhyme
Haiku Ukiah
..."haiku ukiah" melons and lemons are so dyslexically sweet and sour in recipes......Read More
Categories: recipes, color,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member It Grew On Me
...I was a fashionable horticulturist, for elegant flowers keep eternally in style, Like the saffron sun, coming and going, always causing dark skies to smile. Plants were a jade preoccupation, long......Read More
Categories: recipes, appreciation, beautiful, career, color,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Value
... We think of value as a set amount that's given to an item held or sold. Most often- currency is paramount; in olden times- perhaps silver or gold. But, there is value in a different......Read More
Categories: recipes, appreciation, how i feel,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Tea Leaves
...Part 2. Come on in, the phone is on the wall there. I’ll go and change. You’re on the Massey farm. Do you want a bite to eat with your coffee? Yeah, thanks. Genecia looked around, the house was......Read More
Categories: recipes, anger, hope, journey, love,
Form: Free verse

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