An Indian Haiku


Indian cuisine

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I am going out for Indian cuisine tomorrow and am terrible excited. We do not have an Indian restaurant in my town so I only get to eat it once in a while. This would explain why I wrote some haikus. Maybe…

 

 Filled triangle,

 The very first thing to try, 

 

Opens my belly.

Snowy, white, long grains,

Covered in spicy velvet,

Meat or vegetable.

Hot from the clay oven,

Light, speckled in yummy char,

Glistens with warm ghee.

Cool, fruity, salty,

Yogurt in a tall, clear glass,

Drink and be happy.

Creamy, sweet spoonful,

Or maybe soaked in honey,

Memorable end.

~thechildcooks

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