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Monday, September 17, 2007

Recipe Haiku


open jar
heat in microwave
lazy she


slice apples
bake in phyllo dough
autumn crisp


orville's bag
three minutes on high
popcorn time


dark roast brew
plus chocolate splash
writer's high


Recipe - Prompt by One Deep Breath Haiku
Digital Photo by Sue
North of Summer, a Decade of Poetry at Lulu Publishing

15 comments:

Rae Trigg said...

I've just eaten lunch and your haiku are making me hungry anyway, especially the sliced apples and popcorn. Wonderful images.

Quietpaths said...

These are simply stellar! I am revealing my own addictions when I tell you that the one on chocolate and coffee is great.

Anonymous said...

Good that I read your blog when I already broke my fast

It stir hunger in me

Nasra

Crafty Green Poet said...

The first one made me laugh - we've never had a microwave though. The chocolate one is great!

Becca said...

These are perfect :)

Love the coffee recipie!

Greggo said...

haha. very clever. i love the popcorn one, and 'writer's high'!

Q said...

Very fun and funny.
Sherry

Marcia (MeeAugraphie) said...

I think you outdid yourself with the haiku, Susan! And, that picture, I didn't eat enough dinner anyway, and I want that plate of delicious looking food now.

Roswila said...

Fun series! Wish I could eat some of them. :-)

A daughter of yours said...

Oh my! WHAT was that delicious concoction we made up??? My oatmeal is wearing thin....!

get zapped said...

Oh, these are fun! I really like the apple one, makes me ready for autumn!

Dara said...

Yes, I have already eaten for the day as well and here I am a little bit hungry...love the apples and the coffee as well!

Clare said...

Hi Sue! Fantastic haiku -- all of them!! I could smell the aromas and my mouth is watering. I love the line "lazy she" and "writer's high".
:)

paisley said...

alas,, recipes i can actually follow!!!!

Patois said...

I so rarely laugh outright, out loud when I'm reading blogs, but your first poem? Oh, yeah! The autumn crisp sounds moutwatering to me.