Wonder how many people are going to search Google for an image of a Renault Twingo, haha. True story this.
The photo is an actual photo of the breakfast i serve at my guesthouse.


it’s funny ‘cuz i served a pilot for Korean Air
& he was completely normal
: he didn’t go from A-B with arms extended like a Boeing 747
purring take-off sounds out
the pinched bottom of his throat, guttural as an owl
—nor did he request his omelet
served in a foil tray, with sachets
of salt & pepper.

another bloke, face like uneaten pudding
with his wife, cute face & bob cut, like a Renault Twingo
—she’s overcast, like those days when cloud coddles
Jeju & the scenery escapes notice, not quite fog
but near enough— stirs her coffee, transposes her worry
from within to those dissolving… sugar granules
—if i got inside her worry i’d cut the brake cables.

they have a child
trying to etch in their silence
remarks like a farmer’s tractor
failing to start.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. kvennarad says:

    “Wonder how many people are going to search Google for an image of a Renault Twingo”

    Not me, mate. I see enough of the bloody things on the road.

  2. SauceBox says:

    Looks awesome! Good stuff! You’ve got my follow. Check out my comedy blog and give it a follow if you like it!

    1. The poem or the food? haha. Cheers. i’ll have a gander at your comedy. Although i am in a predicament now if i don’t follow you, you’ll know i don’t like it, which will hurt your feelings, but now, if i follow you’ll think it is out of pity, which is like saying going ahhhh when someone with a disability does something good, when really, of course disabled folk can do stuff. i must explain that i don’t get the time to read every blog so unless i see myself reading it, i won’t follow, so i apologize in advance.

      1. SauceBox says:

        The food lol but the poem was nice as well! And trust me it won’t hurt my feelings, it’s all gravy!

  3. Nacklo says:

    Really fun to read and imagine the pudding man and his car wife. Strange pairing but love knows no bounds.

    1. Not to be taken too literal, just bizarre similes. i don’t think a pudding man would survive long in our dessert obsessed society & a widowed Renault Twingo is just too sorrowful to contemplate. Thanks for your comment.

a penny for your thoughts

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s