On a cold January morning, at 93.3 MMR,
The Man About Town had a warning about spilling hot soup on the floor.
The bowls were oval and hollow and the size of a large human's head.
But no one expected what followed that the bowls were made of bread.
They filled them with chowder of clam and corn, minestrone and black bean
Gumbo and split pea were also adorned with a heap of crumbled Saltines.
All came, all consumed, all left satisfied from their soup and their hollowed out roll
For Preston and Steve at once had supplied their inaugural Soup Bowl.