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A Poem about mac and cheese


melb 2 / 10  
Dec 14, 2009   #1
A base of noodles a sauce of cheese
An American favorite, a neccessity!

For its lofty pedestal many have contended
None could match a taste as respected as splendid.
The corndog tried the hotdog failed
Greenbean cassarole, Apple Pie-None prevailed.

Then one day its post was challenged
The haughty french fry demanded hommage.
Eaten by millions everyday
The french fry tauted he pulled more sway.

Though popping up in scores of places
He left vacant some important spaces.
Family reuniouns, get togheters
Birthday parties and many others

Eaten for convenience and not for love
The French Fry can never rise above
The place in our hearts reserved for one
A taste as welcome as the morining sun

'Cause nothing in the world can please
Like a bowl of macaroni and cheese!!!
EF_Kevin 8 / 13,321 129  
Dec 16, 2009   #2
Nice job. This is your first poem? You are off to a good start. I wold not want to change anything about the poem, but I caught a misspelling:

Though popping up in scores of places
He left vacant some important spaces.
Family reunions , get togethers
Birthday parties and many others
OP melb 2 / 10  
Dec 16, 2009   #3
Thank You for the complement and corrections. Yes, this is my first poem. I had to write a poem for school. I think it took me about 6 hours from conception to perfection. Since then, I have written several more. I'll try to post them soon.
Jeannie 10 / 214  
Dec 16, 2009   #4
Then one day its post was challenged
The haughty french fry demanded hommage.

It would not have dawned on me to rhyme these two words (challange and homage), but I slid right over it without so much as a hitch. Excellent "ear!"

I also agree 100% that the french fry can't hold a candle to mac 'n cheese! :)


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