A Distinct Lack Of Merriment

All those years

All those lists

When all I wanted

Was to eat and get pissed


Thoughtless

Not only is it the time of year for giving

But the time for receiving too

You’ve no idea how glad I am

There’s no more bullshit gifts from you

(Originally Posted 19.12.2020)

Fat Cats

It really isn’t a ‘bargain’

To buy when and what you’re told

It’s just a load of shit

Pushed by capitalists

Who revel in taking your dough


Every Friday Is Black

Fuck off
with your
‘limited’
deals

The endless
offers and
pathetic
sales spiels

Think about
those already
in over
their head

And go hawk
your wares
somewhere
else instead

(Originally Posted 29.12.2019)

Always Read The Fine Print

When he said I had three wishes

I thought I’d won the lottery

That he would now provide my chance

To finally be free

If only I had known then

Exactly what would come to be

As all those wishes bought about

Was pain and misery


The Lamp

I should
have been
more careful

With what
it was that
I wished
for

Because
I never
wanted it
to end

In this
way
at all

(Originally Posted 23.10.2019)

Years Down The Line

If death teaches you anything

It’s the importantance of a will

As without such frugality

You’ll find that your family

Will be arguing, still


Around The Corner

It’s
true
that
life
is
short

But
for
some
it’s
shorter
still

They
never
even
see
it
coming

Let
alone
have
made
a
will

(Originally Posted 11.09.2020)

Lewis

Robbed of what’s right
You certainly have been
Hard to believe
It’s not because of your skin

As corruption and greed
Handed your rival the win
With no case left to plead
You took it on the chin

You deserve better

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