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Vieux Carre



Vieux Carre
By kayakndan on 01/29/2009
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Steamy the air arises.
Two old souls conjoined
boiling together
pickled in Dixie and rum.
Familiar roux l'amour
on the Rue Esplanade.

Old flavors congealed
He the terse haute brine-
the stock pot well-seasoned.
Powdered sugar aplenty
expanding hot beignet
not nearly as sweet as she.




"Poems are never finished, merely abandoned." - Percy Bysse Shelley

© By kayakndan On 1/29/2009 6:21:11 PM
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