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Food Sijo Poems

These Food Sijo poems are examples of Sijo poems about Food. These are the best examples of Sijo Food poems written by international poets.

More bread and butter please —
man has needs that can be satisfied.

As he rumbles down the aisles,
he handles his affairs with pride.

Shopping’s his specialty —

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Categories: food, sexy,

Premium Member THE SLEEPING CHEF- -part 1
The pastry chef
Bakes cakes and breads
Took a nap, burnt them

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2019

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Categories: analogy, character, conflict, confusion,

Premium Member Suppertime
A golden eagle soars above the craggy mountain range; his shadow looms darkly.

Unsuspecting prairie dog, walks alone…

Oops!  No more; eagle takes home his supper.


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Categories: animal, bird, earth, food,

Premium Member Rebirthing
Leaves dancing down the winter wind boulevard come to rest on white covers.

Time for a nap; a long rest for un-raked crisps; food for spring...

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Categories: appreciation, autumn, earth, environment,

Premium Member The Best Thing About Winter
Hot food for comfort in Winter’s the best; soups birthed and thickened with cream.

Steaming, thick chili and spice coupled with hot cobblers.

Sink into that…ummm…warm....

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Categories: appreciation, cool, food, fruit,

Premium Member Halloween Treat
Pumpkin juice on Halloween; makes a great and spicy treat.

Pair it with some pumpkin pie and cookies of pumpkin…supreme.

All served warm, with icing of cream...

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Categories: appreciation, drink, food, halloween,

Natures store

Seeds in fertile soil, nurtured with unconditional love
drench in unadulterated sunlight, thirst quenched with angel tears
results in golden harvest from ground breaking natures store.

May 31...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: food, meaningful, nature, sunshine,

Premium Member Quelch the Ire
Quench your desire, to quelch the ire.
Squish your wish, quell and welch on greed's glut
Be satisfied with a belch of gut.

21 April 2017...

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Categories: food,


Flood affected millions -
people extended helping hands

Many relief camps opened
to provide food, water & clothes

Some brought their kids along to teach -
"True pleasure is in...

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Categories: bangla, loss, rain, water,

Premium Member Culinary Art
Stirring and mixing ingredients with, sweet smelling herbs.
The culinary art form; a favorite of many people.
Succulent perfume fills the kitchen; dinner will soon be served.

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Categories: food, poems, poetry,

Premium Member A Tiger's Tale
Oh, master of heaven on four legs have we walked too long
let me upright walk said Amur the tiger, a man I would wish to...

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Categories: animal,

Cabbage is pickled in a glass jar with plenty of red pepper.
Buried underground, it lies undisturbed as it ferments away.
It takes several months of aging...

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Categories: food,

Premium Member Oh Wolverine
 December 12.2012

The scales are balanced, great joys ,vast heartache, deep rooted love.

Age withered appetite ,no food, nor travel desired, memories rekindle want ,but not...

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Categories: funny, introspection, life, december,

Foot Long Subway
Subway’s foot-long “cold cut trio” is the one for me

You know bologna, salami and ham aren’t calorie free?

Not to worry; Subway uses turkey meat in...

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Categories: food,

My Own Company
I decided to go for a solitary picnic,
But was surrounded by flies and wasps, and ants crawled over me,
So I left them to it and...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: food