Unknown Diners - Poem by Paul Bussan
'Take that exit up ahead, ' she says.
'It leads to Howard Johnson's
Where you know for certain
The mayonnaise won't be bad.'
This woman wants to know
What she's getting into,
And has no time
For upset stomachs
Off the beaten path.
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