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With A Side Of Crow

When all outdoors is baked in heat The thought of something hot to eat Might make your turncoat tummy cringe So serve it something cold: Revenge!

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Hungrish

I’m not really hungry But not really not So I drift to the kitchen To see what we’ve got Even though I know well Well before I begin That there’s nothing I want So I drift back again To the … Continue reading

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Payback Is A Female Cat

While reading on the sofa, I Decided I was hungry, so I climbed the stairs to where the cat Lay napping (on my pillow, though I doubt I’ll ever fathom why She likes it, or my sweaty hat). I plucked … Continue reading

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Fat Tuesday

Gras means “fat” and Tuesday’s Mardi; Carnival’s a massive party Where, for fear of Lenten rigor, People’s appetites grow bigger. Tuesday’s fat because it’s eating Everything it might be needing From tomorrow ’til the Bunny Comes on Easter. What’s not … Continue reading

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Audrey III

Importunate, that’s my cat. Impertinent? She’s also that. She’s glad to be whatever works, From fool to fuzzy sack of jerks To drama queen, if food’s the prize. She’s Hunger in a cat disguise. Try and tell her, Take a … Continue reading

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The Price Of Faim

My wallet isn’t all of me, It’s just the part that people see. Had I just pennies to my name Who’d notice when I left or came? I like my anonymity But only rich folk eat for free And since … Continue reading

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It’s The Noise Your Stomach Makes

I baked a pie. It’s cooling now. The scent is drifting in, though. Wow! My borborygmus is so loud I nearly missed the timer! Proud.

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