Poetics: haiku, dVerse

Merril is over at dVerse: Here’s what to do:
*Write a poem (in any form) in response to the challenge: to pick three or more words from the spice list below to use in your poem.

I’ve chosen twenty-five herbs, spices, flavors, and spice combinations—A to Z. Pick at least three for your poem. Use more if you so desire. You may also choose one of the words or phrases for your title.

Aleppo Pepper
Arizona Dreaming
Fennel seed
Garam Masala
Krakow Nights
Mulling spices
Mural of flavor
Mustard Seeds
Sea salt
Sesame Seeds
Sunny Paris
Tuscan Sunset

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saffron leaves tumble
in the last of summer's dill
mural of flavor

© Colleen M. Chesebro

41 thoughts on “Poetics: haiku, dVerse

    1. Lisa, I’m not familiar with the herb either. But, I thought the juxtaposition between the saffron colored leaves and the green dill, might taste wonderful. Here’s what Penzeys says about Mural of Flavor: “Blends over a dozen spices and herbs, creating a wall (hence mural) of flavor so delicious, there’s no need to add salt. Inspired by the rich and mouth-watering flavors of the western Mediterranean, Mural of Flavor is wonderfully versatile. Try it on chicken, fish, pork and beef. Add it to soups, rice and potatoes. Shake it over sliced tomatoes, corn, popcorn and scrambled eggs.” It sounds lovely.

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