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I join the queue
We move up nicely.

I ask the lady in front
What are we queuing for.
'To join another queue,'
She explains.

'How pointless,' I say,
'I'm leaving.' She points
To another long queue.
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Suryendu Chaudhury 22 October 2020
The feeling of uncertainity and purposeless in the post modernist era is reflected here.
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Anthony Acquah 01 July 2019
There is never a right or wrong queue.Everytime you stand in a queue you think that there is a shorter one next to the one you stand in.It never happens though
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Adeeb Alfateh 29 May 2019
superb poem; How pointless, ' I say, 'I'm leaving.' She points To another long queue. 'Then you must get in line.' superb poem expression in pleasured mind
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Alexander 13 March 2019
What a beautiful poem! ! !
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Josey Alfred 17 July 2016
To be in joyful queue is a pleasure.
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M Asim Nehal 13 December 2015
And life is a Queue....Well thought.
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Sayeed Abubakar 21 April 2011
your poem is undoubtedly beautiful
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Keg Griff 16 January 2007
heylo its keg n meg (go live!) Erm were doin this 4 our Alevel as well and would also like some one to shed abit of light on the poem pleaseo ppl! love keg n meg x x x
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Amy Smith 08 January 2007
This poem is used as a stimulus for the AQA A level group choreography exam. Does anyone know where McGough got his inspiration for this poem or if he has said anything about this poem?
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