Kitchen Bash

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
I've always wanted to give it a shot at writing some poetry, and so here's my first one!

Submitted: June 18, 2008

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Swivel twist with a flick of the wrist

Elbows inching in boiling hot crisp

Bombarding booms that knock over brooms

Vanilla pie, lathered white whip that makes tongues drip

Glossy china soil and soak

Just like old country folk

 Deep inside the bumbling foamy sink

Taps of feet in a blink

Boom, click, bang, wham!

Nothing’s the same when you try the lamb

Exhilarating whiffs of crisp mouth watering food

Letting your nostrils slip in the mood

Sizzling patties on the grill

Smoking smothering for the thrill

High above plates tall and askew

The main dish – waiting till’ tim buck two

Climbing and scuttling to the top

The saucers slant from side to side

Till finally – pop!

There goes the cake round and flat

Just like that in a splat!


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