Treasure Island

bill costley

(May 21,1942 / Salem MA usa)

Baking goł a, bki


Remembering baking,
I'm back with my Polish matka
baking goł a, bki
(go-womb-ki = pidgeons)

multi-meat & rice burgers
wrapt in boiled cabbage-leaves,
arranged in rows in a turkey-baker
in our gas oven.

(10 JUN 09, Santa Clara CA, v10)

Submitted: Sunday, June 14, 2009
Edited: Friday, December 21, 2012

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