Both favor brevity.
Choose words the way
a good cook chooses
ingredients. Search
for what is fresh, flavorful. 

Employ precision–
mistake tablespoon
for teaspoon of salt
and your bread won’t rise.
Use a verb too vague,
an adjective too flowery
and the air deserts your poem. 

Each requires a reader
who engages, interacts.
The dish changes subtly
or greatly with each making.
The poem never reads
the same way twice.