The Poetry of Brian Langley
In times past, a desirable housewifely skill was cooking. In these times this has become a lower priority function
I'm quite amazed at what I see
when, with a shopping cart
I wander down the freezer aisles
inside the super-mart.
There's packs and packs of frozen meals
There some for every taste;
They're boneless and they're skinless
so there's very little waste.
There's Chinese, Thai, Italian too
and good old Aussie pies;
There's honey mustard chicken breasts
and spicy curried thighs.
There's roast lamb with some veg'tables,
there's sweet and sour fish.
There's something there for everyone;
There's everything you'd wish.
As to what happens next, you'll need to buy my booklet "The Forest and other verses" to find out
(c) Brian Langley 22 Feb 2007
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