How Your Favourite Earrings Fell Out Of Favour - Poem by Dónall Dempsey
into your drink.
There it hides
amidst the ice
amongst the cubes.
to take another dainty sip
but being thirsty
down the lot in one
You wear one
See how it glitters on your right ear
catching the light.
You carry the other one
All night you fret & worry.
It being not me
of course I say: “Don’t worry! ”
“All things must pass! ”
And true to my word
But for you it’s a pain in the ass.
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