Charles WOO

Chinese Restaurant - Poem by Charles WOO

Children are often brought to restaurant by their mother.
We seldom see filial son entertains his father.
Roasted goose with prepared jellyfish can be ordered here.
People eat floodgate crab; drink 'Shao-xing' wine and say 'Cheer! '
Enjoying well-known tea, they develop their friendship.
Sometimes, they play mahjong to show their good relationship.
Dear foods are offered in the parties held by rich customers.
The abalone and sea cucumber cost thousand dollars.

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  • (3/14/2010 9:53:00 PM)

    upscale restaurant... come to virginia for cheaper abalone and sea cucumber.
    nice poem. you could have extra to play golf. thanks md. come visit my poems.thanks again
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 11, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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