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by Tom Pow
In his final years, illness attended / the artist. His friends brought him flowers / and, in modest works, when...
by Harry Giles
I’ll have you smothered n covered n / diced n peppered n / capped n lathered n / lustred n smoothed n / spread / / drizzled n dazzled n / blazed...
by Robert Burns
Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, / Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin-race! / Aboon them a' ye tak your place, / ...
by Jean Guthrie-Smith
Here, under the awning of cotton, / Tomatoes are heaped in a flare / Of glossy red beauty, and rotten / Sick-sweet smells of fruit fill...
by Judy Brown
The mug comes steaming, pulled / from the gasping dishwasher / in mid-monsoon, a thick white saucer / like a...
by Liz Lochhead
She is getting good and ready to renounce / his sweet flesh. / Not just for lent. (For / Ever) / But meanwhile she is assembling the ingredients / for...
by Ernst Jandl
bitte geben sie mir eine maiwiesenkonserve etwas höher gelegen aber nicht zu / abschüssig so, daß man darauf noch sitzen kann. / / nun,...
by Phan Van Tri
They leave rice fields to travel far and wide: / who doesn’t count on them for sustenance? / Doffing their golden coats, they bask...
by Li-Young Lee
In the steamer is the trout / seasoned with slivers of ginger. / two sprigs of green onion, and sesame oil. / We shall eat it...
by Bertolt Brecht
To eat of meat joyously, a juicy loin cut / And with the fresh-baked, fragrant rye bread / Chunks from the whole cheese, and...
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