Ode to an egg

Oh but you are … so..so deliciously, teasing me

with your farm fresh bright
Shall I flip you over-easy?

Your lascivious ooze shall remind me of my haste

I must be patient

Or prepare a little bath and let you linger to poached perfection

No
You deserve a pedestal for your perfection

And softly, softly I shall indulge

But shall I have the patience?
Perhaps just throw you down

And scramble your senses

Until you are

quite

Done

 

What happens when you are preparing dinner, feeling poetic and letting  your mind wander all at the same time. 😊

7 thoughts on “Ode to an egg”

  1. This poem has left me feeling peckish! I feel like I need to go to the shop and buy a carton of eggs. I am really impressed how you have glamourised what could quite well have been a very dull subject matter. Bravo!

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    1. Fabulous! I’d actually been trying to write a piece before dinner and was struggling. Then I waltzed into the kitchen … and upon cracking the egg shell it was a Voilà moment. Hehe.

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  2. Your first line… so so deliciously teasing me … totally worked .. I felt like I was standing next to you as your egg sizzled… well done!… or should I say… exceptionally fried?… helmets off to u Diana:)

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  3. Oh you make me laugh out loud Kae! Thank you. Next time I’m throwing an extra one in the pan for you – carefully tended and
    exceptionally fried for my wonderful new friend 😊

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  4. :)… So I’m trying to read posts on Reader.. and it’s almost like I can’t stop smelling fried eggs.. seriously??… you know how sometimes u can’t get a song out of your head… ur poem somehow laid egg scents in my amygdala … 🙂 … Ur awesome possum my armadillian pal:)

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    1. Haha!! I had you egged as a special soul from our first. How’s about I whip you up a little Zabaglione like my mama used to make. We have to deal with your amygdala anomaly asap!

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