Best Christmas Poems For Restaurants

The poem entitled The Dust Devil which was written by poet Jannie Breedt. Please feel free to comment on this poem.

Restaurants poems by Harold Pinter

No, you’re wrong.

Everyone is as beautiful
as they can possibly be

Particularly at lunch
in a laughing restaurant

Everyone is as beautiful
as they can possibly be

And they are moved
by their own beauty

And they shed tears for it
in the back of the taxi home

The Dust Devil

Loneliness the circles
In which the daydream never ends
I wish you’d go away those times
So I could find you once again

Perhaps a hole-in -middle whirlpool
The nothing that ever stays
A fist of clenching handful
A farmer begging God for rain

A plague of desperation
No welcome needs around
The sideway glance of people
As if you were a paedophile

An intrusion of their selfish plans
A car with a one way steering wheel
Thats always headed home
A dust devil with nowhere else to go

A ship that wayward stranded
Marooned on a broken beach
A schoolroom devoid of students
And theres nothing else to teach

Sitting so low in the restaurant
Furtive glances all eyes on me
I walk through them, they look through me
I’m a drive-thru KFC

Her virtue were her beauty spot
But she drove the rain to tears
Eating chicken in the parking lot
She didnt fit with all my fears