Ever To Remind – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Punam is hosting poetics with an invitation to write a poem choosing four words from a list all with an Indian flavour (noting the month of celebrations culminating in the feast of Diwali).

dVerse Poets – Poetics – The Indian Connection

Photo: found on pinterest.com

The words I have chosen are: Bangles, chit, Chutney, cashmere.

“… chutney reigns on my plate.” Robyn Brittow

Ever To Remind

The retro,
well, that's what I call it,
always playing yesterday's music on loop,
the Bangle's have been around twice in an hour
since the barista hung the chit for our espresso,
the steak sandwich arrived while we
mused about the the weather pouring in,
daunting slabs of bread weighing the table down,
the waiter saying steak and chuckney. 
You picked yours up and gorged your cheeks full,
the chutney oozing through your lips sweet and sticky,
such a passionate celebration,
dark drops falling to the rise of your 
bright orange cashmere sweater,
ever to remind.


Copyright 2022 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
All Rights Reserved ®️ 

27 Comments

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27 responses to “Ever To Remind – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I wore an autumn leaves sweater yesterday and spilled a couple of drops of coffee thanks to Di’s post😀 and thought I can’t even tell — so that shirt is definitely a let’s eat out choice😂

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  2. This happens to me too often! I should wear a bib.

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  3. I love the poem! (Although spilling chutney on a cashmere sweater is a catastrophic event of epic proportions.)

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  4. A passionate celebration allows dark drops on a noble cloths

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  5. Sounds like a good place to be…

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  6. Have you been watching me eat??? 🙂 loved it

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  7. Steak and chutney? Now that’s an interesting combination. We always try to keep a jar of chutney for when my wife does a curry. BUt supply is very low, and there’s only one place one can get it here…

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  8. Sounds like a trip the cafe! I love it. Two of my favorite things: coffee and cafes.

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  9. I love that last line!
    I’ll take the coffee, but pass on the sandwich.😊

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  10. Where is the food? :-)) I don’t care of spilling it over a sweater, as long as we are allowed to eat what we want to eat. 😉 xx Michael

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  11. lync56

    Such beautifully evocative words painting the picture and the scene to the point of tasting and sensing this experience

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