You took me to that cheap all day breakfast cafe.
I had a good cry and
we had a good laugh,
You looked at me for some time,
I thought you was admiring….
That’s the part where my big head came in, you said there was a hair at the end of my
So i pulled it off,
And as embarrassed as I was,
it was simply gone.
We went inside and had a drink,
A cuppa for both,
we asked po-lite-ly,
And an all day breakfast for 2,
I hoped all these secrets you was sharing with me,
Would be kept close and contained in a locked necklace to
You told everyone you hated sweet things,
Yes, I repeat,
You told everyone else you didnt
Savory and salt brushed
cheeks. a ginger nut biscuit laid on the plate beneath the tea cup,
You picked it up,
“I havent had one of these in some time,
so I’m going to show you,
I will give it a try”
And to your lips it touched,
and a bite you took.
I remember it clear,
it felt quite sincere,
that your own phrases and words that youd been saying,
And it turned out you
It may not mean much anymore but,
It was interestingly
delightful of course,
And to see someone
so happy and content in the moment,
Felt like a
meant more than it meant.
And maybe it’s just lifes simpliest ways,
That it’s ok to let go and its ok to stay…
And they say people and things dont ever change,
But you bit into the biscuit and
You said you didnt like
But a ginger biscuit,
Changed all living perceptions,
Shook up the world in different dimensions,
And even you
by your own reaction!
Perhaps a ginger biscuit will provide all some satisfaction….