Give us this day our daily bread
And let’s hope that it’s really quotidian.
Just in case you should happen to fall on your head
And you happen to cross the meridian
That separates carbs from things that are not,
Then I’d suggest something Euclidian.
But what’s geometry to do with bread?
Only to take measure of all that is said
And to find the angle that’s least obtuse
Just to find any facts that could be of use.
Bread doesn’t smell bad
Nor bleed nor cry
And it won’t make you fat
If you don’t eat it fried.
Cold or hot,
Toasted or stale,
It’s the solid form
Of beer and ale.
So I don’t understand
Why bread you’ll eschew,
And curse those poor carbs
While swilling a brew.
But everything is relative
Or at least that’s my perspective
And as you can tell, I’m a zealot of
Making twaddle more connective.
But at the end of the day,
It’s safe to say
That a day without bread
Is a day that I dread.
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