What have you done my wasted wine? My dress is torn, my hands are shaking; He spied on you atop the pine - His limbs you rent, his head for staking. I thought he was a mountain lion, I thought I saved us from destruction; Destroyed you have your only scion - By … Continue reading Wine
I left my heart in Bristol a long, long time ago, I left it down the Harbourside where boats and people flow. Someone said they saw it drinking wine Under the Stars, It looked quite merry sitting there as pigeons pecked a Mars. It said, your life from now on in must manage … Continue reading To Bristol
Autumn comes with mists and showers, The evenings they close in; Coldness threatens, darkness lours And I get pissed on gin.
Give me your bow of burnished steel, Your arrows sharp and deadly, Give me your pure and righteous zeal – To kill this scum directly. What has been done my wretched child? Explain why you are shaking; Before I grant you vengeance wild, Make sure you're not mistaken. He promised love, he … Continue reading Hunter
You wore tights till you were ten, They kept your goolies cosy; Now tights it seems are not for men, Unless you ride the toby*. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc1am3KyYgA *ride the toby – to practise highway robbery. Beale, P. (Ed.) (1984) A Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English London: Routledge. pp. 1242 'Men in tights' song … Continue reading Tights
You’d read all about it before you went to the shop: 'The Dress that stole summer' - white with black spots A 40 quid bargain, it’s been selling non-stop, Yet somehow you missed this sartorial jackpot. A movement of women, devotees of The Dress, A sisterhood gathered together to bless the transformative power The … Continue reading The Dress
I have lost so many hours of my life to waiting. Waiting for people and parcels. Waiting for emails and letters. Waiting in queues. Waiting at traffic lights. Waiting for delayed trains and planes and buses. Waiting for results. Waiting for appointments. Waiting for the day to end. Waiting for sleep to arrive. Waiting for … Continue reading Waiting