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Feb 11

Rotting Recipe: Random Twitter Poem for Feb 11th

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Today’s poem is a rather dark one woven, and I leave it open to the readers interpretation.  This poem includes 17 random words (in bold) provided by the following Twitter players:
@ericwilborn (gestation), @jackjackduank (container), @wippy_ (saga), @goodyniosi (shibboleth), @allianceenviro (pertinent), @sd4david (no), @originalbadbele (considerate), @ricepoint1 (Snow), @pollisguy (imbue), @link_between (snowstorm), @ursaring89 (Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious), @solomonobaje (Elixir), @originaldrofmij (exine), @jackjackduank (real), @carlozee2010 (largesse), @jsinkeywest (Peace), @blazingminds (Chef)

Definitions:
Shibboleth
is a common saying or belief with little current meaning or truth.
Largesse is the generous bestowal of gifts.
Exine is the outer coat of a spore, especially a pollen grain.

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Rotten Recipe

This recipe for the heart
should have been an elixir of pure
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Instead of considerate hope
gestation of a snowstorm
real pain breaks peace

This pertinent saga
swagger; shibboleth; largesse
imbue us no more

Shiny exine snow falling
container filled with spoiled leftovers
this chef has given up

-Poem by Justin Germino

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