John Carter Brown

Let's - Poem by John Carter Brown

Let's listen to some waffle
Let's waste some time away
And laugh at all the teachers...
Let's go to school today.

Let's stroll along the pavement
Let's scruffily be dressed;
To make sure no-one passes us
Let's gather six abreast.

Let's light up in the toilets
Let's bang upon the desks
Then walk out of the classroom,
Let's all refuse the tests.

Let's snigger at the swotters
Let's blow this rigmarole;
Let's go and get some money:
Let's all sign on the dole.

(Written Aug 1996)

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

A poem born out of frustration and anger at some group of layabouts that got my back up once upon a time.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 25, 2012

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