#OctPoWriMo2 – Morphing into a Gourmand

A mother was once frustrated!
Still unsalted
Picky eater
Desired sweeter

Are you a little changeling?
Fairy humming?
Not wanting food?
I can just brood!

Surprised to see a growing girl
Giving a twirl
Eating a lot
A food for thought

Nuggets of Gold: Tuesday’s Thoughts

Good evening! I experimented with minute poetry today as I was pondering on this quote above while eating some French onion soup with seasoned toast tonight in a charming restaurant downtown. Like the fairy girl in this story, I was once a picky eater, but now I sometimes can be a gourmand. I need to slow down when I eat. A work in progress! 😉 Would love to show you what I’ve been eating for the past few months down below!

Boyfriend’s homemade goulash
Schlotzsky’s Deli’s incredible sandwich
La Perla’s Blue Hawaiian
Pops Pops Honeydew boba tea
My own squash and sausage soup
My friend’s impressive opera cake
Tech conference food
WP Engine’s complimentary meal

8 Comments Add yours

  1. judeitakali says:

    Where to start! I loved that poem, in relation to the prompt as well, the goulash and squash and sausage soup peeked my curiosity 🙃

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    1. theresaly520 says:

      Thank you! Those are delicious picks! I would love to see what you’ve worked on as well!🙂

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      1. judeitakali says:

        Youre welcome. What I’ve written or cooked? 😊

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        1. theresaly520 says:

          😀 Both if possible! But whatever you prefer to share!

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          1. judeitakali says:

            haha, ill try with the cooking,as for the writing, youre more than welcome to check out my blog🙂

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            1. theresaly520 says:

              You have beautiful poetry I see!

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            2. judeitakali says:

              shhh, this is your post, your writing is the topic. hehe

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