A Poetry Sporadical of Repeating Forms
It’s no child’s play, no Mardi Gras,
to become foie gras.
Water fowls’ force-fed livers
for gourmet dinners
through the process of gavage
is a fate too savage.
Protesters of this carnage
demand protection for the ducks
and geese. Gourmands, you’re out of luck.
To become foie gras for gourmet dinners is a fate too savage.
Jennifer Litt teaches writing at Saint John Fisher and Monroe Community Colleges and is the sole proprietor of Jennifer Litt Writing Services. Her poetry credits include Bigger Than They Appear: Anthology of Very Short Poems, HazMat Review, Jet Fuel Review, Mixed Fruit and BigCityLit. She lives in Rochester, New York.