A FEW SIMPLE DREAMS
Are you tired? If so, skip to #5.
#1. Of Morning and evening smoke rising in sleepy little towns and pueblos.
#2. Of chuck wagon cooking fires out on the range.
#3. Of campfires by the singing trout stream.
#4. Have jolly picnic fires on the mesa and in the canyon.
#5. Of the tall yarns around the glowing campfire.
EASY LOBSTER RABBIT
You will need a plate. You will need a saucepan. You will need two cans of Welsh rabbit. You’ll need a can opener to open them because you’re going to make Easy Lobster Rabbit. So you’re going to need one 5- or 6-ounce can of lobster, cubed and drained. You’re going to need mushrooms, 3 ounces of sliced broiled mushrooms. You’re going to need a small pan with a handle. So you better have that—that little pan with the handle. You’re going to need a small pan with a handle. You’re going to need hot toast soldiers. Okay, let’s just recap really quickly, and just move things, really fast, fast as you can. You will need a small plate. You will need rabbit, lobster, mushrooms, white wine, hot toast soldiers. A can opener. Dinner in 45 minutes? It’s possible! Delicious? Of course! Mealtime, on time, will be no problem with Easy Rabbit Lobster.
Mike Topp's first appearance with Publishing Genius came in Baltimore Is Reads issue 4. His next book, Sasquatch Stories will be released by PG in mid December. More info on the book and on Mike Topp is here.
November 2010 marks four years of PGP, and Everyday Genius is marking the occasion all month by publishing work from its archives as well as IsReads, Chapbook Genius and excerpts from some of PGP's books.
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