Poetry: Red Pot


By Genevieve Fitzgerald


She always calls
it her


Keeps it stored
on the


Burnished red pot
with two


It braises magic,
each dish


Cassoulet and curries
alike sinfully


The centerpiece at
all family


Even its name
exudes perfect


How I covet
my grandmother’s



Genevieve Fitzgerald was born in Queens, New York, read English for a year at Oxford University, is the mother of three children and currently lives in Raleigh, NC. She facilitates a community writers’ group and a writing workshop for children. Her poetry and prose appears in several journals.


The fabulously fun and informative Lunch & Learn event with Saralyn Collins, sponsored by WNC Woman, takes place this month on October 16th. This month's lesson: CLOSING THE SALE: A PROCESS...NOT a Problem
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