Canada’s Nectar

A little, silly something for today …

Maple Syrup

 

Canada’s Nectar

My favourite vegetable, by far,
is not what you’d expect
(No, not chocolate, although that
would come in second best.)
The veggie that I most crave
comes from Canada, so fair,
I eat it with my pancakes,
which my hubby makes with care.
Yes, Maple Syrup is my choice
of vegetable supreme,
And before you argue, “It’s not veg,”
my case, I must convene.
The syrup comes from Maple Trees,
the liquid: rather plain,
but boil it up and watch it change,
It will be hard to abstain.
My point is this: the Maple Tree
is a plant, complete with leaves,
and, surely, that means Canada’s best
into me, good health breathes!

 

I had planned to share this yesterday as it was Pancake Day in the UK, but, well, you know about best laid plans and all that jazz!

Author: chocotales

I am a writer who is passionate about words. I find them magical and seductive. I write short stories, poetry, and non fiction. I'm currently working on my first novel.

3 thoughts on “Canada’s Nectar”

  1. Hey there! Nothing silly about “Canadian Nectar!”
    It’s the best. Of course, I may be a little biased being a Canadian myself. And, yes, I had pancakes for supper last night with blueberries and, what else, maple syrup! Only the real thing will do!
    Yum…
    See you on WDC! šŸ™‚

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