Moving Back Again
And once again I sit Another last time to contemplate, The kitchen's almost bare The living room hollow echoes As the kids watch something to distraction. A cool draught saunters in for a second Hand in hand with the sounds of the city And then back to the inside The plughole gurgling at a deeper depth Threatening the surface The tap hasn’t dripped for some minutes Somewhere an awful song sung in Hungarian If the original is any better I cannot tell I'm just not in the mood. Plastic crackles, the reality where a fireplace would feature But let's return from twee My geansaí grey but I'm not a Yeatsian fisherman. I sit here a moment in a kitchen that will fade Realising and those moments in blend almost already gone. ©The Hairy Teacher, March, 2018 [more]
Halkakas Quick eat to café atmosphere The place offers promise from without, a café style interior on entering, and fish on the menu. Tucked snugly on a corner along Veres Pálné utca one could almost pass by but and just by chance I was steered there on tripping out the stationery shop door on the opposite side of the street. As I had been lurking the district for some grub and yet was sure a street food burger would just spiritually rape me, the promise of fish spelt miraculous. So picking a seat and forcing myself to be accepted as legit to the many eyes that looked up from their array of soups and other such dishes, I grabbed myself a menu and started to pave my glory. Good selection of different fish dishes First off the selection of fish dishes was impressive and while I work [more]
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