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Saturday Night

Flashing lights, dance dance, throngs of humans,

Ticking taxi meters, flickering mental capacity.

Bottles litter the ground where the people must walk on Monday morning,

Only 20 minutes in to their Saturday night, some homebodies are yawning.


Tonight is the night, more than any other,

that people act crazy, their minds a buzzing.

“must post this on Instagram”, say the girls,

“must get her number” say the boys.

Oh the young and their churlish joys!


Tomorrow morning, hell will fall upon the bodies and heads of the Saturday nighters,

their indulges in booze and drugs, leave their systems’ a fuzz, hangover, no bright lights!

But they’ll do it again, next week, or will they?

Let’s hope they’ve sewn so much mayhem,

that they don’t endeavour to lose their minds again on a Saturday night,

Just sit in and watch TV, with a cuppa tea, it’s underrated, it’s quite alright!




5 thoughts on “Saturday Night

  1. And smoke some maryjane!

    Posted by Thumbup | July 12, 2015, 4:25 am

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