burning off the spirits the bright blue flame
Issue 13.2 | 27 September 2013
Very nicely done, jim
As someone who was a manager of a French/Italian restaurant, and a huge fan of the food, I was often fascinated by various meals and deserts that required burning off the spirits.
Also, "burning off the spirits" holds an almost basic human urge not just for fire, but to ward off evil spirits and dark beasts of the night.
flickering in the silence
Publications credits: Modern Haiku vol. xxvi no. 3 (1995)
vase of snapdragons
a log in the fireplace
(The Heron's Nest XV:1, March 2013)
I like it – made me think of voodoo!
Nice. Some rock and roll here from the king.
burning off the spirits the dense grey ash
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