Poem: Teach Me, Kiwi

2013-05-16 14.28.00 Teach Me Kiwi poem


Teach Me, Kiwi

Whether others see me
As ugly or beautiful
To get sweeter

To give joyfully
Without regret
Until the last drop

Teach me, kiwi

About the poem:

This week, I’ve been eating ripe ripe ripe kiwis. I break them open and eat them like a cavewoman. And feel like a woman. I wondered if the kiwi was sad to be finished. But no, it didn’t feel like that at all. It was like it was screaming in triumph. I want to go out like that, juicy and screaming in triumph! “The end!”

About the author:

Life is meant to be fun. If you didn’t notice that day, you died one day early. Books on Amazon and Kindle.

4 thoughts on “Poem: Teach Me, Kiwi

    • Yes Bharati! I was grieving the absence of tomatoes all winter here. I then realized that I use tomatoes almost daily, but Korean food doesn’t. So great to have the cherry tomatoes now! I haven’t tried the pineapple. I wanna rip one open and eat it (like the kiwi), but that might be dangerous! I’ll let you know!

  1. Dearest, Most Talented Sister-In-Law of Mine,

    Your daily poems are as looked forward to as my morning tea. I hope you continue to enjoy putting them out there!



    Nikki Magnie


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