The Town Of Goodfood - Poem by Bruce Larkin
I'll be your guide in Goodfood.
I'll show you all around.
Folks looking for delicious food
Know here is where it's found.
If you're looking for creamed camel,
I can tell you where to go.
There's another place I really like.
They have great iguana gumbo.
If you're not very hungry,
Here's what you can do:
Stop by the Cricketarium
For a cup of cricket stew.
Some snicker at our food.
I can't understand why.
We only eat tasty stuff;
For example, fresh fried fly.
There's strange food in this world,
On that we can agree.
Go to our weird food museum;
It's amazing what you'll see.
There are hotdogs, pizza, burgers,
And a jar of marshmallow fluff.
Wouldn't it make you sick
To have to eat that stuff?
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