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Marilyn Lott

(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Saturday Night in Dill City


We had a night I’d like to tell about
Consisting of an extraordinary meal
The food was simply delicious
With a down-home country feel

The place in which I ordered my food
It was one it’d never have expected
It was at the Fire Extinguisher
I was not even really directed

The food was oh, so scrumptious
Hamburger steak cooked on the grill
Caramelized onions plopped on top
I can taste that flavor still

Crispy fries and freshly made salad
With dressing fit for a king
Perfect for a party
Or out for a Saturday night fling

Yes, we had a wonderful time
If we hadn’t it would have been a pity
But we did find this restaurant on
Saturday night in Dill City

Submitted: Thursday, August 28, 2008
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