Haiku Poetic Food: TidBit of the Day

| June 22, 2011

Never eat sushi in a land-locked area, right?

Haiku, Columbus, Ohio

Not if you are at Haiku: Poetic Food and Art.

Short North*, Ohio
Home of the Honda car plant
Is awesome sushi

Haiku, Columbus, Ohio

Short North is vibrant, funky, and hip. I didn’t know quite expect this enclave in the city, where restaurants, boutiques, and old, brick buildings line the streets. If you happen to be in Columbus, this is worth the visit.

Fresh sushi, noodles
Laid-back atmosphere with friends
Warm sake, must come

Haiku, Columbus, Ohio

Okay, you can stop laughing at my poetry. 5-7-5 is a haiku, right? Never did very well in poetry. I was too busy eating.

*Thanks to our reader for pointing out my oops – kept writing Short Hills for some reason…but yes, technically, the Honda plant is not in Columbus, but the alternative would make it tough to haiku-it and I’m not Emily Dickinson!

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With a flair for spontaneity, pizzazz, creative excellence and her own unique sense of aesthetic grace and perspective, we have our very dear friend, Belinda (or B, to some of us). Although an incredibly accomplished professional and career woman, B’s down-to-earth approach and demeanor transcends all scenarios, communities and people. She manifests, in her day-to-day, the essence of the word “Zomppa” as demonstrated by her extraordinary commitment to creating sustainable and positive change for us and future generations to come. She’s asked for a dog every year since she was five. Check out Belinda’s work on global education research and coaching: www.hummingbirdrcc.com or more about her portfolio www.belindachiu.com.

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  1. kristy says:

    haha… you’re just so funny! Have a lovely day, dear.
    Kristy

  2. Lyndsey says:

    Ha! At first I was really impressed…okay maybe with the title! ;D I know….the good food left you speechless! :-0

  3. Marie says:

    He he! I am the Queen of bad haiku, so I’d say that your is downright professional!

  4. Jeanne says:

    Sushi looks tasty
    Surprising enclaves are fun
    Urban adventures

  5. Beth says:

    Good food and poetry in one post? Love it!