National Poetry Month 24/30: Poetry Friday and Spaghetti

Thanks to Christie at Wondering and Wandering for all the Poetry Friday goodness today.

This National Poetry Month(NPM), I am writing and sharing original poems about food, family and feasts. Sundays will be a day to reshare a poem from the past. A list of links to previous poems is HERE.

My husband, Chuck, loves to make spaghetti, sausages, and meatballs. He lets is simmer long and slow. A tip for meatballs? Baked them in the oven. Serve with garlic bread. Delish.

Chuck’s Spaghetti

in Nana’s steel pot
savory sausage and meatballs
mingle with spaghetti noodles
Pecorino cheese
outta sight
dig in

©jone rush macculloch (2020, draft)

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6 Responses to National Poetry Month 24/30: Poetry Friday and Spaghetti

  1. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Yummy! That looks delicious, and I love the shape of your poem.

  2. Yes, please, I’ll have another serving! Comfort food poetry is so…comforting. Thank you. 🙂

  3. jama says:

    yum yum *excessive drooling*

  4. lindabaie says:

    Oh, this looks so tasty, Jone. You’re lucky to have a husband that loves cooking. And, thanks for the postcard from the student. It’s always a wonderful thing to receive!

  5. Yummy! What a fun poem, and I really like the shape!

  6. mbhmaine says:

    Now you’ve got me hungry! I’m sure that Nana’s steel pot adds that special something 🙂 Thanks for serving up a tasty post!

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