The long journey home, when one has never really left their home can have as strange as interesting impressions on the spirit of such traveller. "You wouldn't want to be in my shoes, yet you would!" says the collection of poems published here, where duty can find a reason to enjoy what's left of what got broken and dare to ask for more: forgiveness, hope and the glorious glory on which a sprinkle of 'chocolate', 'pepper', 'sugar' and/or 'salt', depending on the needs can make a nice try to adjust what cannot be adjusted normally. "What's cooking, doc?" Well enchanted stories and locked-up memories to be baked under the clock-wheels of Time then presented in forms of the unexpected expectance and/or the 'nicely said' perhaps, not to be too rude or clear enough.