Julio Lyy


Food Poem by Julio Lyy


Everyday and everynight
There's one thing I always think of
It always makes my day so bright
It really is my one true love

That thing is food
It calms me down
Leaves me in a good mood
And rids of my frown

I eat for breakfast
Sausage and eggs
Water cress
and milk kegs

I eat for lunch
Salad and a sandwich
The munch and crunch
Makes it so rich

There's always dinner
When I eat rice
It makes me thinner
Without any spice

Don't forget the midnight snack
To end today's craze
Tomorrow I will come back!
And start another phase

Submitted: Thursday, May 3, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 4, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

To Stephen T.

Comments about this poem (Food by Julio Lyy )

  • Rookie Julio Le (5/3/2012 11:18:00 PM)

    @stephen- you have noticed! you must think it is bogus, however I am a poet, & my gender i prefer not to blow it (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Stephen Ton (5/3/2012 11:15:00 PM)

    Good job Julio.
    But must I ask.
    Your user is Julie (a boy's name)
    but your picture seems to be a girl.
    A response is what I demand (Report) Reply

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