Tuesday, 1 November 2011


Lasagne he eats
To full stomach keep
Whilst lacking in meat
Vegetables within taste sweet
With self-satifasction
For only his actions
Could ensure that he eats
For one pound a pop
When around him others
Spend more on more
He saves adequate currency
To stop him going hungry
By eating lasagne
For breakfast and lunch
Dinner, supper, elevenses, and brunch

Clearly the author has felt a need to convey not only the sense that he is in a favourable financial situation through his actions, but more importantly, that he need never go hungry. As such this is a metaphor for the greater spectrum of mankind's lifestyle: man need never go hungry if he eats on-pound lasagnes.

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