Lawrence S. Pertillar
People Into Quiche - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Do you mind passing to me the quiche?
You're into quiche?
You know what they say about those into quiche? '
I can not wait to hear.
What is it that 'they' say?
'It is said...
People into quiche,
And quite loving.'
I've never heard that before.
Why don't you take my piece of quiche.
I'm not seeking a companion.
Are obviously more into quiche than me.
I am more into black eye peas and carrots!
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