Polyphony of Flavors

Soft white pellets

Wrapped in a thin eelskin

Contrast of white on black

A prism of creamy lime-green

Wisps of pink flesh peeking out

A puddle of rich caramel brown

Petals of the palest salmon rose

Herbal green paste carefully sealed

Polyphony of flavors

Deep bass of starchy rice

High soprano of pickled ginger

Notes of fresh fish in between

And the twinkling tingling of wasabi

Mmm sushi.

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  1. #1 by John Brown on June 10, 2008 - 9:44 am

    It is a reality that wines produced basically of herbs are the best in the market. Herbs in particular have a lot of medicinal value and are being used world over to conveniently handdle health problems. They are also very good for body build-up. What a great gift from God.

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