I only tried gefilte fish once
at Passover with a million other dishes.
I was later introduced to nova through nachos,
and then came the lox
with bread: the addictive Hawaiian rolls or challah
Cuz challahbackgirl…..it’s Shabbat!!!
Nova and lox and lox and nova
a simple yet complex Jewish staple.
Enter all those fishes from my past
yet none of them on my plate would ever last.
Yummy. Blackened is my favorite way,
Shabbat is my favorite day.
I am trying to rhyme like Hemingway.
“Gone fishing” is what my sign say,
but it’s not what you think.
I’m stuck in a realm of spoken text
and music with lyrics
I dream about it every single night—
Go to bed with one song
wake up with another….
Over and over and over and over again.
Back and fourth.
One song then the next.
Where is it taking me? What is the destination?
The space station?
The train. On a train. A rust-bucket train.
So many lyrics inside my brain.
The train. A train. What train?
I’m stage managing a musical about a train and
all these lyrics are stuck so far deep inside my brain.
I write-I’ve gone fishing-
but not for nova or lox or gefilte fish.
I’ve hung up my sign I’ve gone fishing,
due to responsibilities to do with a train.
Happy New Year 2020, everyone! I hope you have a fabulous one and I’ll see you on the flip side. I need to start letting some things go so that I can solely focus on stage managing so I probably won’t be writing on this blog for a few weeks… check back every once in a while just in case… I might not even do the socials for a while. We’ll see. Oh and do yourself a favor and see Knives Out – it is a very delicious film of artistic value and a whole lot more.
Call, text or email if you absolutely need me. DO NOT rely on sending me messages on Facebook, FB messenger, Instagram or Twitter… I probably will not answer.
Until next time…..!