Dancing in the wind

A collection of poems by Reya Muller

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6. How to make a Lemon Rizzle cake

Whack the heat up,

To 1999,

Grab a pot and,

Add some crying,

Nappies,

Dummies,

And constant whining,

It will be difficult,

Beat it hard,

Until it forms a mixture,

Bubbling and restless,

Add a dash of tangy creativity,

And an aptitude for reading,

Leave to cool.

Marinade some blue eyes and freckles,

Add a tiny drop of curls,

To some medium brown hair,

Taste it,

It should be spicy but sweet.

Mash together the two mixtures,

And pour in some,

Rizzle's

Reyzil's

And Razzle dazzle's,

Chuck in some Norfolk-isms,

And the tiniest spoonful,

Of Ayelsbury charm,

Mixed with nine years of learning,

Leave to simmer for eleven years,

Then dollop a cupful of,

Mixed feelings,

Shyness,

Loneliness,

And excitement,

Into the bubbling stock.

Blend together some sweet and sour friendships,

With a good glug of,

Teenage angst,

Stir into stock,

With a dash,

Of novel writing ambition,

In two years time,

Your mixture will be sizzling,

Full of flavour,

And a 'don't treat me like that' attitude!

This is the tricky part,

Spoon into cases,

Made of H&M,

M&Co,

Primark,

And New Look,

Pop onto a tray,

Greased with a longing for something,

And bake in the oven,

Slowly,

Baking is over,

Heaps of washing up to do,

Take out when cake burns

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