A very attractive person makes your coffee, meal, etc. every time you go into a
restaurant. You are pretty sure that he/she likes you too. You want to speak to this
individual and tell him/her how you feel but you can only compose your thoughts in
rhymes about food. Write a scene, a letter, or a poem that expresses your emotions about
the person remembering you can only express yourself with rhymes and descriptions of food.
Crispy tater tots by J Powers (click title to read)
from Thanks a latte for your thyme by S Ratliff
It took me a lot of thyme to mustard up the courage to write...
I think you're grate. You had me at merlot...
I want to shower you with quiches...
If you were a fruit, you'd be a fineapple, and if you were a vegetable, you'd be a cutecumber.
I have fillings for you and think we'd make quite a pear...
Thanks a latte for your time, but peas don't go raisin my hopes.
I promise I won't be salty if you don't carrot all.
Don't go bacon my heart...
It isn't a big dill if you don't feel the same.
Penne for your thoughts?