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Sandwiches

Two slices of bread

And a world of possibilities in-between

Give me half a chance

And I'll make the finest sandwich

You've ever seen

 

There are no rules

For the feast

That you can make

With flour and yeast

And a filling of your choice

Anything goes

You can build it way up

Way up to your nose

 

Pack it with meat

And vegetables too

Until you have a roast dinner sandwich

Or even a stew

You could warm it

Or toast it

Or eat it all raw

I feel sorry for you

If you haven't had

A sandwich before

 

For the sandwich is the food

I like the most

You would have to be a fool

Not to love the loaf.

 


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