Passover

A Haiku or Two, on Traditions

by:
April 23, 2016

Haiku52:
Our thoughts on food and cooking
in seventeen beats.

Photo by Bobbi Lin

Samantha Weiss-Hills:
an oyster plate from
n'awlins made our seder go south
no shells included!

Kristen Miglore:
Thank you for sharing
your matzo ball soup. Would you
like some month-old Peeps?

What's a food tradition you know and love? Write a seventeen-syllable ode to one in the comments.

6 Comments

Lisa April 24, 2016
Veggie Passover<br />Hard to get enough protein<br />Without beans or grains
 
martin1223 April 24, 2016
This is another way of English Haiku:<br /><br />Passover Seder<br />over the covered table<br />leaning shadows<br /><br />https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover_Seder<br />
 
martin1223 April 24, 2016
shiva candle<br />shadows pass through each other<br /><br />http://www.shiva.com/learning-center/understanding/how-shiva-observed/<br />
 
martin1223 April 24, 2016
<br />The crumbs of a Passover sandwich lingering memories<br /><br /><br />https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charoset<br /><br />https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maror<br />
 
martin1223 April 24, 2016
http://www.shiva.com/learning-center/commemorate/jewish-holidays/passover/
 
Rhonda35 April 23, 2016
LOL, Kristen!<br />