The Supermarket Coupon - Poem by Vanessa Hughes
Is every chain store coupon
An opportunity, a door?
To change routine, try something new
Or is it something more?
This morning I went shopping
Coupons picked my lunch
Corned beef rolls were very nice
But now I have a hunch
The corned beef was more expensive
Than the one I normally pick
And the rolls were quite exquisite
Are they taking the mick?
Are they trying to refine me?
Make me be more posh
I cannot see that 'appening
I'll stick with my cheap nosh
So when I get a coupon
They'll now go in the bin
An opportunity, an open door
I won't be letting in
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