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The Fork Fell Twice

I have been writing poetry, fiction and short stories for many years and have completed a book of poems. I also enjoy comedy writing.

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The fork fell twice

While I tried to eat some rice

I cooked curry chicken and it was incredibly nice

It was filled with flavour and spice

I was in such a hurry to gobble down the meal

That I could not hold the fork and it fell pass my knee

It fell to the ground which may have had germs

But i had no time to go get another fork while my stomach churns

I picked it up and dived into the food

But before i could make a lift it fell again like a haunted painting in a room


I gave it a stern look while it laid there on the floor

I was getting angry and would not take any more

I gave the fork a stern warning and told it to be still

Else i would replace it permanently and its new home would be the garbage bin

I picked it up again and spun it around

To see if it picked up any bugs off the ground

I dived into my curried chicken once more

And the fork remained still for sure

I enjoyed my meal that day

I love my fork and now it is here to stay.

© 2020 Clive Williams

Comments

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on February 14, 2020:

You are right Pam...it did end well...the curry chicken went where it was suppose to go.

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on February 14, 2020:

Yes Flourish, the fork needs a behavioral lesson.

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on February 14, 2020:

Ruby, if ever you decide to visit Jamaica i will get you some.

FlourishAnyway from USA on February 13, 2020:

A folk with a personality?

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on February 13, 2020:

I don't know about the fork, but I sure would like some curry chicken! CUTE.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on February 13, 2020:

I guess this was a magic fork that just had to learn to behave if it wanted a home. Alls well that ends well seems to apply here.

Clive Williams (author) from Jamaica on February 13, 2020:

yes Eric...it is

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on February 12, 2020:

Reminded me of "The Teapot" by Anderson. Such magic is real.