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lonely for a place i've never been
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A few years back I heard this beautiful poem but I can not remember the author or the title or any of it. This is what I remember:
It's about some friends eating dinner in Sarajevo, and one of them orders something that turns out to be monkey brains. They all realize it and the following line is repeated three times: The waiter laughed wildly with us! The next line is something along the lines of: He is probably dead now. I've googled both lines and can't find squat. Anyone recognize this poem?
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