Short Ackee Poems
Short Ackee Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Ackee by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Ackee by length and keyword.
Jamaica's National Dish: Ackee and Salt fish
Bring the fried ackee well dressed
In fresh herbs and spiced
Blend in codfish, like a breast
Flamed suckled, sufficed
My tongue to taste this
Dream of bliss.
In her my Love Dwells
ackee, love, romantic,
Her eye balls gleam as bright night light
Her brow hairs, blinking black as ackee seed
Sag upon themselves
And the two curve as crescent of half moon
I mesmerize whenever she grins
And I wonder, are these teeth or diamonds?
And an utterance from her
Makes me fall into a trance
And as it chimes in my hearing
And I vend her name within a million times
And I think it never halt
And I become a child
Savouring the company of a toy
Her prettiness, her look
I wonder her ilk.