Phonetics in Poetry


Love
is like
butter
melon
cauliflower

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8 thoughts on “Phonetics in Poetry

  1. I don’t know – I love love, but I’m not that fond of cauliflower.

  2. Grind up a cauliflower together with some cashew nuts, add three or four eggs and some flower, garlic, pepper, chilli and turmeric powder. Mix it up. Put it in the oven. Then when it’s done, you can make vegetarian burgers, or just smear it with some tomato paste.

    You’d better go for the second option actually because I believe cooking veggie burgers is a felony in the State of Texas.

  3. If not, it should be!

    That seems like a lot of trouble just to make broccoli palatable —

  4. – Cauliflower. You can eat broccoli as is. Just make sure it’s hot.

    And I guess you have just uninvited yourself to my Connecticut barbecue ;)

  5. Sorry, meant cauliflower. Connecticut? There’s a Connecticut in the Nederlands?

  6. Just say the word, and I’ll throw a slab of ribs in a cooler and REALLY show you how to Bar-B- Que —

  7. Some corn-on-the-cob, baked beans, potato salad and cold beer – it doesn’t get much better than that.

  8. And furthermore,, isn’t being invited a prerequisite to becoming uninvited? My invitation seems to have gotten lost in the mail —

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