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Saturday, 21 August 2010

The Drinking Pub House

I am the brick, that has been named..
Along the alley, to the last corner stands..
There, right there, I claim my patch..
Set myself, stands, stages set, a coozy hut..


Wine, beer, cider, whisky, nuts and crisps in huts..
Smoky zones, now set out side, the corner, named..
My banquet laid, for wandering souls' stands..
To find a refuge, rescued here on my patch..


Escaped men, from domestic chores' patch..
Escaped men, from troubled minds' hut..
Escaped men, of destitute hunger's named..
Escaped men, to find their boys voice stands..


All scream out, loud at transmitting box stands..
22 men, seen on playground pitch, patch..
Right here, screened live, in my hut 
They watched and roared, characters rightly named..


Juke box plays, gives dancing feet, a partner calling, named..
An eruption of ballads, sung here on my stands..
Fuelled by a happy lico, drunk here on my patch..
On my last bell, ring, rang, ding dong, ringoo, in my hut..


Staggered men, fall out, in line, out of my hut..
Till tomorrow, when I open up again, my stage named..
I am the brick, that has made it's patch..
Here I stand, here, where men, drink from my stands..



I am the brick, that has been named..
Along the alley, to the last corner stands..
There, right there, I claim my patch..
And set myself, a coozy hut..

13 comments:

  1. nice poem kodjo - you extended the form a bit..smiles

    just realize that i don't manage to have a really close look at all the entries - but if you want me to, you can leave a comment over at one stop and i'll be back for a detailed feedback...maybe with a beer...smiles

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  2. Great piece, Kodjo. I really like the lyrical quality here.

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  3. I enjoyed reading this... great poem my man!

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  4. nice...love it from the opening line...the brick that was named...and it seems the stumbling block many fall upon...

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  5. Enjoyed the concept of this one.

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  6. What a cool form! You used it well. I really enjoyed reading this.

    My One Shot: <a href="www.rhymemeasmile.blogspot.com/2011/04/magic-quill-pen.html>Magic Quill Pen</a>.

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  7. If you are the brick that made that patch then it sure's gonna be a cozy hut. Nice Kodjo.

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  8. I really enjoyed this poem. The personification was exquisite. Thank you for sharing such an upbeat and positive poem.

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  9. masterful.


    beautiful write…

    Invite you to join poets rally week 42 by sharing a free verse today.

    You will love the encouragements you get once you are in and make commitment.

    Your poetry rocks!

    awards for you!


    Hope to see you in!
    Have A Blessed Easter!
    xxx

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