—A BOAST ON TOAST—
I suppose you’ve heard of the sandwich press,
not to be confused with the printing press,
made to aptly impress and depress your toast,
not in the same as the dark and morose;
but, to make an impressive impression—
pressed and parcelled in the heart of your toast:
made with cheese, spaghetti, beans, left to roast.
I’d be surprised if you weren’t straight impressed
if not slightly stressed at the lack of mess
and tempted to take it to press o’er lunch.
You just might get the lasting impression
that your sandwich press be, “Sure as heaven,”
that your soul’s in a sandwich depression,
o’er the “lack” at your neighbour’s conventions.
So throw in some toast, don’t forget to boast
and host—serve that jolly toast coast to coast.
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