Dream Big

They say to dream big,

And I did

Of my ultimate fantasy pies.

Apple and berry,

It made my mouth merry.

Veggie and chicken,

My heart did quicken.

Mushroom, herb and meat,

That I couldn’t wait to eat.

And you may wonder why

I didn’t go out to buy

These little parcels of Eden.

And sink my teeth in and eat ’em.

But I’ve been told not to eat wheat and fat,

Nor that, or that, or that.

Now my stomach thinks I’m mean

As I munch on a nectarine,

When my nostrils are filled with the savoury steam

Of the pies from last night’s dream.





About BeesKnees2013

Interested in family history research.
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