Angela Wybrow

Rookie - 355 Points (Salisbury, Wilts, UK)

The Hub Of Humanity


It is a place where plans are hatched,
Jokes are told and couples are matched.

It is a place to share your news,
Exchange a smile and discuss your views.

It is a place to share your ideas,
Give advice – have a coffee or beer.

It is a place to wine and dine,
Or sit outside if the weather is fine.

It is a place which draws folk together,
And gives them shelter whatever the weather.

It is a place to savour new tastes,
Meet with friends or greet a new face.

It is a place for conversations,
Bon voyages and celebrations.

It is the perfect place for a date,
And a great place to meet your mate.

It is a place to sit and think -
To ponder life and enjoy a drink.

It is a place with real humanity –
Life and laughter, with a dash of insanity.

A crucial linchpin - a real social hub.
A community hotspot, known as a pub.

So take your eyes off your iPhone screen,
And come down and join the social scene.

Submitted: Sunday, April 06, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: Life


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