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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

New Year's Eve Twenty Ten

The weather temperature soaring to forty degrees
And humid warmth in the sunshine and the gusty breeze
That blow from the south through the town by the bay
On the afternoon of the eve of New Year's Day

There are millions if not billions of flying insects about
Such extremes of weather we could live without
The birds out of the sunshine in the shade of the trees stay
To keep cool in such weather this their only way

The weather forecast for tomorrow much cooler that is good to hear
At least weatherwise a pleasant start to the New Year
In the pubs of the town the revellers celebrate
Though over indulgence in alchohol problems can create

In the pubs of the town revellers sing Auld Lang Syne
As they consume lots of alcohol beer, spirits and wine
Nine hours is all that's left of the year twenty ten
At midnight another New year will begin.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: life
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