lee fones


Red Light Zone


decided to go curb crawling
to see what it was like
it was early morning
looked quieter than Offas Dyke

seeing a older lady
about seventy two
asked her very shady
if she wanted too

driving off together
with her shopping piled high
we talked about the weather
and what happens when we die

chatting about cigarettes
plus there many brands
also about nicorettes
apparently very bland

pulled into dogging spot
between Stoke and Crewe
she sat down and squat
shouted yabbadabbadoo

never seen so many people
come from behind the trees
everyone so gleeful
then policeman shouted freeze

well that's the end
caught red handed
old lady got me penned
now ive shafted stranded

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: humour


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Comments about this poem (Red Light Zone by lee fones )

  • Rookie - 343 Points F. J. Thomas (7/31/2014 9:59:00 AM)

    Okay....not sure whether to laugh or choke...but very sure I just threw up a little in my mouth. lol Thanks for the smile Lee (Report) Reply

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