Richie Branner


I Love My Neighbours - Poem by Richie Branner

I can put up with the snoring
Church bells every hour
Rooster in the morning?
Dolly Parton on full power?

They vomit on my doorstep
Is that fag ends in my flowers?
The music's blasting loudly
Into the early hours

Their devil dog is barking
Skateboards go up and down
Rancid smell from bonfire
Another gnome is drowned

Cloak and dagger at the window
Spitting venom at my mates
Have I an adopted child
Always playing in my gates?

Never stand on burning bag
They're searching thru my bin
They stare up at my wife
The jokes are wearing thin

The cat is in my garden
Shitting on my lawn
Will they return my mower
And my favourite porn?

Should I give their ball back
For the one hundredth time?
They keep asking me for sugar
But I know that is no crime

Am I getting too old?
Am I going insane?
If only I was invited...

Maybe I would not complain

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010



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