Flying Lemming

Rookie - 10 Points (England)

A Toast To Toast


One thing that I enjoy the most
Is a simple piece of toast
Nothing fancy or flash for me
Just toast with a cup of tea
I don't need a great big roast
I'm quite happy with my toast
Lightly grilled or burnt and dark
It's guaranteed to hit the mark
As a late night snack or morning meal
It has a universal appeal
It's handy if you're on the go
Munch it without having to slow
On the way to work or while getting dressed
Its flexibility passed the test
While I'm waiting for the post
I'm munching on my piece of toast
It's cheap, convenient and quick
By toaster or camp fire on stick
From worker to student to lady or lord
It's fan base is extremely broad
Across the land from coast to coast
We're all united by tasty toast

Submitted: Thursday, December 13, 2012

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  • Freshman - 2,070 Points Anthony Di''anno (4/23/2014 6:52:00 AM)

    A witty flowing tribute to an invaluble and tasty source of comfort to many. I loves me toast, especially toasted in front of a fire. (Report) Reply

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