Shell Pink And Buttery - Poem by James McLain
Every oyster raw tastes somehow different,
The shells pink mainly glows;
dependent on what the owner of the oyster ate
within the prior 48 hours tastes.
Common oysters taste is described as:
buttery, sour, bitter, lemony, sweet, salty
but not too salty, fishy and tangy.
Asparagus never aspirated is like 3 day old shrimp.
Oyster juice is the hot sun caused,
for so called wet spots on panties middle and pants.
Butter fingers and sun flowers
mountains of shell.
'O' juice is one of the causes for the individual oyster
when scallops not in season
and clams will not do and the oyster.
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