Sunday, September 9, 2012

September Heights, day 10 Pepper

Inspired by the theme at

I once have used a haiku by Basho about Red Pepper in one of my posts on Basho Revisited, my other weblog. It's a wonderful haiku and I wrote a haiku in response on that one about Mustard seed, but that's not were this episode op September Heights is about.
Pepper is a datingsite, but also a seasoning vegetable ... what to do with this prompt? Which way I prefer to go? I will go for the spicy way.

Pepper is often described as the "king of spices," and it shares a place on most dinner tables with salt. The word pepper originated from the Sanskrit word pippali, meaning berry. Pepper is now grown in
Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and Kampuchea as well as the West coast of India, known as Malabar, where it originated.

look at those colors
yellow, red and green peppers -
beware I am hot !

I like the taste of this spice. To me it can't be hot and vivacious enough. I love spicy food. So another one on pepper.

seasoned salad
dressed in vivacious peppers
taste of the East

And another one ... more creative verse on peppers.

my allotment
private Eastern source

all kinds of pepper

I hope you all liked this one ... finally no cascading this time (smiles), see you all tomorrow.


Grace said...

Pepper can sure spice up the food ~

Nice one ~

PattiKen said...

Very peppery. Just reading your haiku made my mouth water.

Anonymous said...

Nice cooking and a history lesson great way to write it

Barbara said...

Your vivacious peppers are quite saucy! I loved your take and photos!

Maude Lynn said...

Nicely done!

Ellecee said...

Wonderful spicy haiku today. The last one is my favourite :-)

Hazel said...

Attractively colorful! But you're right - 'beware, it's hot.'

Unknown said...

I love the photos and the haiku

Paulog30 said...

Colorful and spicy haiku!!!

odyzz said... hot and colorful..

Jolly said...

Loved your little description .... and all those peppers ... wonderful!

Reading Pleasure said...

Beautiful, colourful and apt Haiku. I love the first one

Vinay Leo R. said...

Wow. All three are amazing, but I like the second one for its last line. Beautifully done :)

Tigerbrite said...

Nice set :) Those chilli peppers look hot !

Teresa said...

I love all these spicy delicious haiku!

Siggi in Downeast Maine said...

Very nice...all three ... thanks for sharing...spicy haiku...good for the spirit ☺.
Siggi in Downeast Maine, USA

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Your words make me hunger for a vivacious pepper right now--something to set my tongue afire!

Pepper Tree

Anonymous said...

Spiciness is in the air!
September Heights - Cayenne Dash

Dulcina said...

I like the first one most, the pepper speaking to us, take care!