Pepper-Pot by Donna J. Sanders

Legend speaks

of a pepper-pot

winning the war

 

saving starving soldiers

too weak to fight

 

a cuisine

borrowed from

the Caribbean isles

 

a dish of a spicy delight

 

some use tripe

and calves feet

 

from Trinidad

a blend of greens

with a sweet crab meat

 

they call it callaloo

 

a bowl of street food

looking like a soup

or thickened stew

 

© Donna J. Sanders

Donna Sanders Cover

Excerpt from the book “Devour Me”


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About the Author

Donna is a freelance writer and blogger in West Palm Beach, FL. She is the author of Ataraxia – a poetry collection about the struggles we face, the state of the world and how to see beauty in the simplest things, and Cardboard Signs – poems to bring awareness about homelessness, mental illness, self-esteem and the injustices many face and Devour Me – a savory collection of food poetry and recipes.

 

Visit Donna’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/donna-j.-sanders.htm



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  1. Anyone who has ever had a pepper pot can imagine it right now.

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