The Missing Element

I enjoy the first course,

And the second course too.

They were a fine salad

And also fine stew.

But by the third course

I thought “what a waste”

To have a meal in which

I could find no distaste.

So I pulled out my hair

To put in my entree,

And complained about it

When the waiter came my way.

All in all, Chez Fancié

Stood up to its clout.

I hope next time they serve

Something to bitch about.

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One response to “The Missing Element

  1. That is funny. I enjoyed the tale and I wasn’t expecting the ending. 🙂

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