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A slice of bread said to the spread,
"There is no Cook! I think he's dead."

"How would you know, you piece of dough?
Who mixed your batch, so smooth and slow?"

"Dear Butter, Friend, I must contend,
some yeast evolved my special blend."

"Then tell me plain, who milled your grain?"
The butter pressed him to explain.

"Please show me proof!" Bread said, aloof,
"Where is this Cook, you slippery goof?"

"Can you not see the recipe
the Great Cook made for you and me?"

"What am I, toast? Who is this Host?
Where is Cook when I need him most?"

"Bread, please think twice, by what device
did you become a single slice?"




------
The Gadfly


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The following comments are for "The Knead To Know"
by TheGadfly

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This is just hilarious. Very nice. I can't write like this and I admire anyone that can.

( Posted by: Siah [Member] On: June 3, 2006 )

Thank you!
Thank you, Windchime and Siah, for your wonderful comments!

( Posted by: TheGadfly [Member] On: June 4, 2006 )

thegadfly
Wow, this is tight and very very clever!

Good work,
Mitulia Louise

( Posted by: LadyMitulia [Member] On: June 4, 2006 )

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Thank you, Lady M, for your encouragement.

( Posted by: TheGadfly [Member] On: June 4, 2006 )





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