White Bread

English: Loaves of bread at Stroud, Gloucester...

Divinely baked pale ivory gold to pumpernickel brown or heavy black bread, shaped long and slim to round squatty cobs. Yeasty, cut, sweet molasses or fruit fragrant.  Average, fluffy or seed gritty; crusty, chewy warm and yielding loaves.  Breaking bread is breaking barriers. Anything else is just so white bread.

©JAM13June2012-06-13

Note this was inspired by The First 50 Words weekly writing prompt: “White Bread”

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