Strawberry Jam Poem by Arlene Dery

Strawberry Jam



Rosy red berries, picking so sweet,
Such is a tempting and heavenly treat.

Rinse under water, cut off the green,
Wash away, splash away, make it all clean.

Stir in some sugar, throw in a pot,
Smash it all up and cook it all hot.

Thicken it up until it's like tar,
Dip in a ladle, and put in a jar.

Sittin' there pretty, so much delight,
Glisten and shining in the sunlight.

Now the best part is coming real soon,
Pick up a jar and dip in your spoon!

Saturday, April 4, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: food
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