BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS
… It is a field
of the wild carrot taking
the field by force; the grass
does not raise above it.
Saturday in Mano Prieto north of Marfa, TX~
After high winds that were making me nettled and grumpy, a black storm pummeled rain on the south side of my studio. The weather shifted to cool, actually bristly so—yes, bristly, the hairs were sticking up from my skin.
I threw on a flannel shirt and starting chopping carrots. I craved soup!
I pulled out one of my “heritage recipes”—a recipe ripped from a magazine or newspaper years ago for a creamy but not too spicy Carrot and Jalapeño soup. Here’s the recipe by Marilyn Harris online. It’s delicious!
One thought on “Poetry at the Post: When A Storm Blows In, Eat Carrots!”
I love WCW – and am sorry that you are having such bad weather — a good time to read and write I guess