A Pot on the Fire
The campfire dances
Its flames leaping into the air
Star clad skies punctuate the darkness
The cicados sing with abandon and flair
The moonbeams shine through the pines
Their shadows with their trunks align
Aroma of the barbecue fills the nostrils
whetting the appetite and calling us to dine.
On roasted lamb and sausage so fragrant
a sumpteous meal will not leave our hunger vacant,
With stories and jokes
and memories so dear
A night to remember with family and friends
Where love wafts through our hearts
like a golden thread weaving us closer
time stands still, like the moon shining quietly
over the hill.
Out In the open air
Bring and Share
A Barbecue is such an easy way to entertain friends, as it needs not too much washing up afterwards and everyone can bring something to share too.
Delicious Barbecue Sauces
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Sample five smoky BBQ sauce recipes from the main barbecue regions of the United States. We will also discuss the origin of barbecue sauce and BBQ cooking methods.
Diana Carol Abrahamson (author) from Somerset West on September 18, 2020:
Thanks Lorna. Nothing beats a barbecue under starlit sky with your nearest and dearest.Thanks for your encouraging comnent.
Lorna Lamon on September 18, 2020:
I love a good barbecue and your poem conjures up images of those wonderful evenings where friends and family come together. It ticks all the boxes for me - good food, good company and very little washing up. Lovely poem Diana.