Red Thai Curry


by Teri Metcalf

With gratitude, I enjoy red Thai curry and rice.

Okra from our garden makes it especially nice.

Our butternut squash will last the winter to eat.

And in red Thai curry it’s hard to beat.

Garden Juliet tomatoes are unusual for November.

In red Thai curry they make this a fall to remember.

Poblano peppers when eaten raw have a bite.

But they help make red Thai curry taste oh, so right.

These days while I shelter at home, what helps boost my attitude,

Is red Thai curry with rice, which I enjoy with gratitude.


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