This poem is based on a reoccurring true story. I absolutely love Key Lime pie and devour it everytime I get the opportunity. Unfortunately, I am also lactose intolerant. Managing this reality, to say the least, presents a challenging dining dilemma for me. Sometimes I decide to suffer the consequences for the sake of a snack. This is one of those stories…
Tags: African-American, Chicago, Haiku, Keith M Kelley, lactose intoleranceBy keithmkelleypoet1 in Poetry on .
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