A Little Stirring

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Meat, grains, legumes and veggies
All in the pot

I know some who ask every Ingredient
Then choose to eat it—or not

I stir it scooping up all in the ladle
And eat it piping hot

Flavors awaken when mingled in the lot

 

dversepoets.com it is Quadrille Monday and the word is stir in this 44-word poem (excluding the title). I could have gone in many directions with this one, but decided not to stir things up today.

About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. I love Jesus and sharing my faith through written words. I currently have a poetry blog and also write on medium.com. My main focus is hope in Christ. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused.
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22 Responses to A Little Stirring

  1. The soup is not about the ingredients but the way it is cooked…

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  2. That sounds like a very sensible approach to cooking soup 🙂

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  3. Glenn A. Buttkus says:

    We have this dish often. We call it slumgullian, and it is spicy with Rotel tomatoes.

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  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    I like how you describe those picky eaters. I often don’t remember what I put into the pot.

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  5. Misky says:

    A delicious poem!

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  6. rothpoetry says:

    The more stirred in the better! Yum. Well done. Love the images.

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  7. yum yum! love the rhymes!

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  8. This inspires me to make soup! (As a person who has a huge list of sensitivities, it’s make my own or do without.)

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  9. I very rarely buy soup, except to keep on hand for emergencies. Yes, there are soup emergencies! Glad this inspired you!

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  10. I want some of that soup. 🙂

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  11. Beverly Crawford says:

    Makes me want some soup!

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  12. Sounds delicious. I am, unfortunately, one of those who asks ingredients because I have sensitivities to gluten and dairy.

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