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I will lay out my questions and leave them
unanswered on the page as though they were
a tabled feast displayed ad hominem
for honored, hungry guests who would prefer
a deconstructed meal or a buffet
to more traditional, formal dining,
allowing them the choice they find gourmet,
trusting them to do the right combining.

I’ll give them all that they might need to know
regarding the ingredients and such,
and, by example, I might even show
suggested pairing, but with a light touch.

I won’t imply there is a wrong or right,
just serve an epicurean delight.



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The quickest way for me to learn something new is to first understand why I'd like to learn it.


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The following comments are for "Poet’s Soirée"
by poeteye

high five
hmm i felt some of ur sarcasm and showman ship coming through from your personality into this poem. likes it :D high five

( Posted by: Shaza89 [Member] On: March 12, 2013 )

Thanks, Sharon, however
I didn't intend sarcasm. I actually am trying to learn a lighter touch with my poetry. Perhaps you felt a residual defensiveness toward the critique that led me to this revelation about my work, but I genuinely want to allow each reader to serve themselves, according to their taste. Bon Appetite.

( Posted by: poeteye [Member] On: March 16, 2013 )

Gourmet Dining.
Great James...what time is dinner? lol

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: March 19, 2013 )

Poet’s Soirée
I truly enjoyed this read. You succeeded with that lighter touch you were shooting for. a very good choice of words. The piece simply moves along very nicely making it a very fun as well.. My ears were very much pleased here. Oh my such a very pleasant experience. Thank you so. Fondly, Teri

( Posted by: MTMarshall [Member] On: March 25, 2013 )

Cooking Light!
Ah...my learned friend, you continue to delight...as well as inform... in your quest to sharpen your poetic skills.

You've come a long way in that direction...no heavy hand here...just a delightfull, insightfull, "Do it yourself" poetic cookbook.

If there were a Pillsbury National Contest on Literary desserts...you'd win hands down! LOL

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: March 27, 2013 )

L:ight Touch
I haven't been around for a while and finding this poem by my intelligent friend is a delight. This light handed but no less well thought out and clever as all the poems I have read from year in years past. Thank you I enjoyed this!
Ken

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: April 6, 2013 )





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