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November 25, 2007

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Candy

Yams, you make me fat;
Even so, you are too good.
Our days must be short.

Lisa

I love photographs
Window to the world so bright
Opportunity

Melissa

Yams, o starchy roots,
Without marshmallows, you are
just Sweet Potatoes

Go yam haiku! :)

Average Jane

Here's my childhood memory of yams:

Marshmallow-studded,
Swimming in maple syrup,
Goodness made icky

Dane

Second class veggie
Conveyor of marshmallow
On Thanksgiving shines

Jennifer

So hard to find here
and means so much; reminds me
of holiday's warmth


Yams are very hard to find in France. Boo.

Sarah

Yams in my belly.
Memories of happiness
during family fun!

Kris

yams are not even
distantly related to
the sweet potato

Kris

backing up above
with link to scientific
mumbo jumbo - click

http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/hil-23-a.html

Julie

I yam what I yam
Says Popeye the Sailor Man
So yam I, says me!

sanbreakity

yams and falling leaves
bonfires, hayrides and cider
colors of autumn

JeanGenie

I like Kris's--where did my first two go?

Ripe, golden autumn
best with nutmeg, brown sugar
a butter sunset.

(I like sunsets)

fweetieb

I posted these on your first mention of this contest. Here they are again!

1.
My ex the good chef
Made a fabulous yam dish
One good memory

2.
yams with gooey lumps
marshmallows are the reason
to keep stuffing face

3.
yams, o yams we love
memories are made of these
makes orange baby poo

Susan

Sweetened carbo gold
Bite after bite of delight
To the gym I go.

susan

From the dark cold earth
Come delicious golden roots
To my mouth, they melt.

DiJo

Yams. Hams? No, yams. Lambs?
No, yams, Yams, YAms, YAMs, YAMS YAMSSS!!
Sheesh, stop YAMmering.

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