Mark Heathcote

Veteran Poet - 2,938 Points (22/03/66 / Manchester)

Agree to disagree


It's like buying a round of drinks
It's your turn: No it isn't mine!
I'm not falling for them hoodwinks…
"Ours is an echo out of rhyme"
We agree to disagree… all the time.

"Don't you remember - not at all? "
Well I'll double check my pockets
To be sure for any change small.
"Don't you remember - not at all? "
I've stopped counting drink units…

But still - unsure isn't this rounds yours
We'll agree to disagree… all the time.
By end of the night, we're on all fours…
In agreement, it's all been a pantomime.
& we'll drown out; each other's snores

With echoes in almost perfect rhyme.

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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