Time for reactions to prompt number two. Remember, you can still join in and send me something, we have 28 more prompts to feature 🙂
Here’s a lovely response from Julie Easley:
They dissed Mary’s floursaid it tainted the fanciesbut Mary didn’t carefor their sour responsesShe flavoured her flourwith the decadent essenceof feminist spice mixedwith a pinch of opportunity.Some choked on the powerof Mary’s floury producetheir taste buds unableto swallow and savourthe equalising strengthof her sweet sisterly ingredients.
Plus a small, fierce statement from Lisette Auton, nut allergy sufferer
Mary’s flour does not say categorically whether it is made with gluten nor if it contains nuts.
Mary needs to work on her labelling.
And here’s a tiny little poem from me!
Pleas be sure to go and see the photograph by Brigida Baltar currently on exhibit from the Middlesbrough Collection at MIMA, until the end of March.