Carmie Ortego


Dinhi sa McDo


Pugngi intawon imong kaugalingon
nga magbasa ug maghunahuna bisa'g unsa,

ug suwayi pagsimhot ang kabalaka
sa babaye diha sa imong atbang, natingala
kon naa pa bay moabot samtang gapakaaron-
ingnon nga gapakli sa iyang libro.

Suwayi pagdimdim ang singot sa waiter-
kanhi kauban nimo sa tunghaan- nga gadali
paghatod sa imong order.

Suwayi pagkab-ot ang kamot sa bata
nga gapabantang diha pikas sa bildo
nga bungbong nga gaali sa imong

large fries ug galaway nga sundae.
Ug kon mapaminaw nimo ang kahilom
sa imong tapad lamesa nga igo unta
sa upat apan duha ra mong galingkod,

basin makit-an nimo nga dili diay ikaw ra
ang galumlom sa imong pag-inusara.

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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