Friday, September 12, 2014

Complimentary Condiments

salt and pepper
the yin and yang
of the dinner table

http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large/salt-and-pepper-yin-and-yang-lindie-racz.jpg
Photo by Lindie Racz http://fineartamerica.com/featured/salt-and-pepper-yin-and-yang-lindie-racz.html

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    1. Thanks, Jama, you're pretty awesome yourself! =)

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  2. Hadn't thought of it that way! Great photo you found to accompany your complementary condiments!

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    1. Thanks, Tabatha! It is funny how I see some things every day, but never think about them as fodder for a poem - until now. = )

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  3. LOVE that - the poem and the amazing photo! :0)

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    1. Thanks, Robyn! The photo was the perfect compliment to my condiments. = )

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  4. Exactly right, Bridget. How do you do it, day after day. Awesome poem (for hanging in the kitchen?)

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    1. Thanks, Linda! Never thought of it for a kitchen accent, but I think that would be cool. A future project. = )

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  5. Love the condiment poem! It is so perfect!

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    1. Thanks, Becky! Who says poetry can't be the "spice of life"?

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    1. Thank you, Liz! I love when my poems resonate with readers. = )

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  7. Perfect indeed. I want this for my kitchen. Can you haiga it?

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    1. Good idea, Heidi! This would make a great haiga! You are welcome to use it for your kitchen.

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    1. Thanks, Mary Lee. When there are so few, you have to make each one count. = )

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  9. Oh my. This is wonderful. Each word must be there.

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    1. Thank you, Susan! With so few words, one has to be picky. = )

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