Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Woman On Top

 

slicing onions and red bell peppers,
she prepares the dish with zest

caressing the plump strawberry,
she dips it in dark chocolate coat 

she pours her favorite white wine
into the sizzling pan of lean meat

dancing to lively street music,
lifting her skirt along to the beat

cooking with passion hued apron,
she has her man licking her salted fingers

she loves being a chef ~

Posted for Imaginary Garden with Real Toads - Prompt is Movies.   I wrote about one of  my fav actress, Penelope Cruz.    The movie is from Woman on Top, a light hearted movie on love and food.   Linked with Poetry Jam:   prompt is hot and cold.

Also, I would like to thank Sherry for featuring my blogs at Poets United.   Please check out my interview.


Thanks for the visit.

32 comments:

  1. First with my burst, makes up for being slow last time at your show. Never thought cooking could be so grand, like it this way though, with a little slip of the hand.

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  2. mmmmm Inviting-
    delicious poem
    good i am having dinner!!!

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  3. this is so me !!
    I love cooking .. with music on .. and nothing more rewarding than see ur loved ones enjoy it :D

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  4. well now thats what i call cooking with heat...there is def great intimacy in cooking and cooking together.

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  5. I love your passionate ciao king session! I liked this movie,too

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  6. Excellent, mood- and visual-effective work. Perfect what I'd guess is its intent. =)

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  7. Congrats on being featured at Poets United. I love the passion of cooking in this poem.

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  8. things sure are heating up in that kitchen! Very nicely done.

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  9. Wonderful write Heaven! Read your interview. Fascinating!

    Hank

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  10. Oh yeah..this lady's cookin' great job!

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  11. Love the visual read. Very uplifting piece...

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  12. lots of passion...This was a perfect piece for the movie you chose

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  13. Beautiful poem, Heaven! Hot, hot, hot. And just the right amount of spice!

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  14. ooooh love this poem ... SO MUCH....

    sex and food go so well together...

    I'm both licking my lips AND feeling amorous.... good job! LOL

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  15. great poem, lots of fun to read and imagine

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  16. Your excellent visuals really brought on some great flavor.

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  17. My favorite things: food and love. Nicely done.

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  18. I loved the sliced peppers, lifted skirt, dancing, and licked fingers. Wonderful piece.

    ~Shawna
    rosemarymint.wordpress.com

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  19. Yum. Haven't seen the movie but it sounds delicious!

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  20. This happens at my place every night (ha..just joking...I wish!)

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  21. Ah, I remember when I loved cooking, and...well, cooking.
    Very nicely done.
    K

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  22. Hot indeed! Delicious as well. Very well done.

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  23. i hate cooking...

    but maybe i should reconsider.

    hehe

    glorious write!

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  24. Loved the film, love to cook, love your poem!

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  25. Everything a dinner date should be! Sizzlin' ;)

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