Summer Read n Eat Poetry
Food and summer. Yup.
Besides barbecue, picnics, reunions, vacation binges, craft fair nibbling, beach concession splurges and the like, there is also food found in our reading. Take poems, for example.
This is just to say by William Carlos Williams
Watermelons by Charles Simic
Peach Blossoms by Carl Sandburg
A Ballad of Nursery Rhyme by Robert Graves
Orchard by Hilda Doolittle
Plums, watermelons, berries, peaches, oh my. Time to browse the Farmer’s Market!
For more summer foodie poems try this delightful site: TasteArt