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Haiku: Breakfast Story

on August 17, 2016

Day did not start well
Flipped egg uneasy over
Landed on stove top

Cooked there anyway
Toast unattended burned some
Salted all and ate.


8 responses to “Haiku: Breakfast Story

  1. One of those days, great haiku

  2. This gave me an out loud laugh. Thank you. It sounds like something I would do.

  3. vivachange77 says:

    I couldn’t believe what I had done. I learned something though. I coated the skillet with Pam which naturally coated the egg that made its cooking on the stove top easy. Clean-up was a breeze. Thanks for sharing my laugh.

  4. We laugh so we don’t cry. Onward and upward, right?

  5. JoHanna Massey says:

    This being human is quite the challenge some days. You may well have started a new trend.
    Doesn’t work with oatmeal. All my best to you. 🐞

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