Thursday, August 30, 2012

Think Tank Thursday #112 Recipe

I have been sick.  I was a bit behind on the Dali poems!  I must say you didn't disappointed~ All of your poems were unique gems!  I love the ways your wrote about him, his lifestyle and view.

Today,  I thought we could write a recipe. A poem about a recipe.  It does not have to be food related, it could be a recipe for life, a recipe of a favorite hobby, something you dabble in and would like to share.  I think my last post may have started this train of thought. I shared my secret hobby. I like to play stylist in stores.  Maybe it was the phone call to my Mom?!  I did call her and ask her for a and where did it originate.  If you chose to write about food,  I hope you will add your memories in a bit.  I love how our senses stir our memories.   Recipe is our #112 prompt.






 

just a hobbyby ~Adamax08

 

Recipe Of Loveby `tracie76


 I hope you will share a recipe with us, I mean poem! I look forward to your delicious offerings :D

 

If you have a prompt idea (even a Music or Film inspired one) that you would like to suggest or share with us please send it to poetsunited@ymail.com . We keep a folder set aside with all your suggestions and just might use it one day.

 

There 3 simple rules:
1. Don’t link to more than 3 poems per week.
2. Please visit some of the other poems linked here when you link to yours.
3. Leave a comment after you have posted your link.



 

 

 

 

12 comments:

  1. Whoa! I'm first! A quick one as I run out the door. Be back later to read and enjoy your offerings, kids!

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  2. It may be a little stretch to call mine a recipe, though I mean it to be a recipe for love. I have also linked it to Theme Thursday's "Eyes" and YES, eyes are an important ingredient. I'll be back later to read the posted recipes. Thank you for the prompt, Ella.

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  3. I loved this prompt... I came up with a ten step recipe for happiness.
    http://hopefuljo.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/365-creativity-project-day-234/

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  4. Ella,

    This was a delicious prompt and I immediately thought of my Belfast roots and all the wonderful types of bread and the array of cakes available to buy each day, when I was a child.
    Very fitting, as I am spending the weekend there visiting relations!!

    Eileen

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  5. I enjoyed this prompt, Ella!! And mine's up!

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  6. Sorry I don't have a recipe poem this week but I do hope you feel better Ella, have a great holiday to those that celebrate it.

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  7. Didn't have a recipe poem, but I entered one that is a recipe for change.

    Many thanks.

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  8. RECIPE for PLAYING GOLF by Gary Ley

    The recipe for playing golf well
    preaching to my students I yell.
    'Enjoy your golf,even when things go wrong,
    don't wallow,let it go,that'll keep you on-song'.
    Refers to all things in general
    & prevents you going too mental.


    All rights reserved by Gary Ley

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    1. A recipe for a month of happy writing thanks to the poet friends I met along the way and the four lovely leading ladies that inspired and encouraged me, Mary, Sherry, Ella and Kerry.

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  10. Aprille-You are so sweet! I'm sorry I have been behind this week...
    I so look forward to what you write next ;D

    Gary-I like how you did this one, fun! It reminds me to keeping swinging ;D

    Melissa-I will be by :D

    Rch-Thank you, I so hope you and yours had a wonderful holiday! :D

    Mary-Sorry, I'm late to the dance. I will be by ;D

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  11. wow.. so many great poems.. now i'm embarrassed to post mine..

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