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From my experience I will give advice. A restaurant to which you should not go Is where you cannot see the food or price Because the lights are dimmed so low. Where out of the darkness just short of night Again and again the waiter emerges To ask, "Is everything all right?" While you struggle to control your urges. I know that food reviewers judge The quality of wine and how plush the seating. But I have my standards and will not budge, I insist on seeing what it is I'm eating.
Poem © 2009 Marvin Brandwin
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