Treasure Island

rommelmarkmarchan beyond poetica

(1979 - / pilipinas -dubai)

CATHAY....FIRST DINNER IN SKY


(A weird flying experience overlooked by mankind)


Hongkong.
After take-off
Less than an hour later.
Passengers............ready for meals!


oh! what a first meal in the sky
a self-breaking record of mine
having dinner among the world-class flying eaters
in a thousand feet high


it's beyond Wright brother's
first aircraft design


it's great but 2nd great invention
next to the toilet flush
from time to time flushing at my back


what a mixed-race jibes a quick detox in an altitude-high
again a guiness-record-should-be taken for granted by mankind


how about dressing live chicken
in a turbulent sky?
or spitting in an open window side...........

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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