|Yummy- chocolate chip cookie: many people's favorite!|
You can do this prompt in a number of ways. For example, you could write in poetry form a recipe for a a favorite culinary delight. Or write about the foods you remember from your childhood. (I remember my mother's delicious chocolate chip cookies, her rhubarb torte, and a delicious rice and ground beef casserole and probably could whet your appetite for each if I let my imagination take over).) Go ahead, make us all hungry as you focus your poetic energy on a recipe in some way.
|Doesn't this look tasty? What poetic words could describe it?|
|A Perfect Evening?|
Another option: write a poem that makes use of seasonings. How about salt? Saffron? Basil? Oregano? Cinnamon? Garlic? Let your mind and tastebuds conjure a spicy poem, and think of a way to 'spice up the jam' creatively this week.
We are looking forward to seeing what you come up with. The hope is that you will write a NEW poem rather than using one from your archives. Also, be sure to link Poetry Jam, so you can send some of your readers back to our site. And, most importantly, if you link a poem you have written, PLEASE visit the poems that other bloggers have linked. (So many seem to link and run.) Linking is a reciprocal thing. We ALL enjoy comments on our work.Me too! I'll comment on each of yours!
This prompt provided by Mary who blogs at In the Corner of My Eye.