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dverse – taste

June 16, 2015

Taste conjurers memories
Red wine, dinner, bright red lips
Sharing for dessert

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From → dverse, poetry

22 Comments
  1. Concise. Nice.

  2. lovely comparison of red wine and red lips. This haiku certainly leads us from the kitchen to another room of the house!

  3. Good food will conquer time and bring back good memories!

    Hank

  4. Sharing dessert is a nice touch.Also the use of red. Red wine red lips…suggesting romance !

  5. For sure ….sharing …. โค

  6. This made me smile. ๐Ÿ™‚ Peace, Linda

  7. Ah the dessert.. the wine.. of bright red lips..
    so fine is she who delights below
    is above.. mine dreams
    as love defines..:)

  8. There is so much to unpack and explore within these few words ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Glenn Buttkus permalink

    I shared dessert with my wife last night in a restaurant; it was heavenly. I have been starting my poems lately with a haiku, but my inner voice always says, “OK, then what happened?”

  10. Talks volumes…..lovely!!

  11. Good food, good wine, good company – what else could anyone ask for?

  12. Mmmmm, that IS Nice!

  13. Mmm. Sharing dessert sounds like fun to me.
    Nice memories of a romantic dinner.

  14. So very true! So often good times are had and good memories are made in the presence of food!

  15. Best kind of dessert, smiles ~

  16. An excellent take on the prompt ๐Ÿ˜€

  17. That sharing is not just food.. but whipped cream can be part of it…

  18. Nourishing body, heart and soul…

  19. hmmm… the best food is that that we share with a loved one anyway…

  20. Yeppers – sometimes those poems about food are not about food. Very nice!

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