tiyler durden


Back From Holiday - Poem by tiyler durden

Back from holiday
I had a great time
Now I am back here with a moan
Back to the grind stone

I spent a week
With my mum and dad
Drinking like a little lad
Getting beat at pool
with my dad

Sitting and chatting
with my mum
playing cards
and acting dumb

Now I sit in my khaki cube
all full of the holiday blues
All full of doom and gloom
After holiday blues is no good news


Comments about Back From Holiday by tiyler durden

  • (1/16/2006 8:21:00 AM)


    Your back thats good news man, dave (Report) Reply

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  • (1/16/2006 8:21:00 AM)


    Hey Tiyler, can you draw comics? Or do you know anyone who can? Your poems would be a terrific accompaniment to a dark comic book about a guy who is always depressed and moaning, sitting in his khaki cube, etc. I don't mean to make light of you, but I think it could be an existential sort of cartoon with dark humor. You could exaggerate how bad things are. Maybe it could be called 'Gloom.' I mean, if we can't laugh at our own situations, then we're REALLY sunk. Just a thought. (Report) Reply

  • (1/16/2006 8:20:00 AM)


    I think your holiday with your parents sounds wonderful Tiyler. I agree with Charles, you're very lucky! Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

  • (1/16/2006 8:15:00 AM)


    at least you had
    some fun
    others
    never a taste of good times
    forever blue, despair constant
    continual, heart crushed
    hopes dashed
    doom in every breath
    a fine poem
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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2006



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