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You Gotta Have Soup

      Doesn’t matter where you stay
      where you hang or where you live
      you have to eat you know
      perhaps something through a sieve.

      Like a brothy, frothy warm
      beefy brew
      with veggies, meat or some chicken
      it’s too loose to be stew.

      It could actually be thick
      like chowder with clams
      or a watery consistency
      made with beans and with hams.

      I prefer it when temps
      are bitter and cold
      but this edible gem
      you can’t put on hold.

      They made it for you
      when you were just a tot
      your Mom and your Grand
      you loved it a lot.

      It was ethnic with memories
      passed down with love
      from family long past
      it fit like a glove.

      You know what of I speak
      so don’t spring a leak
      you know you’ll lift the pot lid
      just to take a peek.

      It’s soup silly one
      and it warms to the heart
      whether made from scratch
      or tossed into your cart.

      Doug Heyman, Key West, Florida 
      January, 2005 

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