Manjeshwari P MYSORE


A Class Of Spices! :) Poem by Manjeshwari P MYSORE


Well, I am Mr.Pepper your class teacher
I want you all to be prim and proper
Study and score well in your test papers
Spices are meant to serve best as toppers

Sweet little Cumin
Please walk in, come in
Firm, very resourceful Ginger
Take your seat, you are very clever

Radiant yellow healer Turmeric
Well done! You are Good in mathematic
Silent relieving Clove
You are as important and soothing as Love

Slender and charming Cinnamon
Today it's your chance, you have to read, go on
Hot and happening Chilly
Just listen, don't be silly

Bitter but better Fenugreek
Windows are not for you to peek
Mild and nice Sesame
If Fenugreek speaks or peeks, you tell me

Stylish and cool Fennel
Don't talk to Staranise, This warning is final
Sharp and Bright Staranise
Move next to Clove, write down wih ease

Mustard, Poppy, Carom, Coriander and Cardamom
Well, they are all busy preparing for the prom
Salt and Sugar didn't make it to class
They are well put in bottles of solid glass.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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