Justin Gildow

Veteran Poet - 1,300 Points (3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Tilted Kilt - Poem by Justin Gildow

Work's done for me this week
The weekend is here
And I want to be as far away as I can from it
I'm ready to have fun
I'm ready to celebrate
I'm ready to party

The Tilted Kilt is calling for me
The Tilted Kilt is waiting for me

Driving down the highway
From where I live
I'm ready for a good time
This period of time that I can call mine

Opening the door to the Tilted Kilt
Different flags hang down from the ceiling
Interesting pictures line all the walls
Slogans are written on parts of the walls
The suit of armor is sterling and proud
The swords in the glass cases are decorated
and elegant

Inside the Tilted Kilt
They wait for me
The await me and my presence

Handsome bartenders
Beautiful waitresses

Ladies and gentlemen
The weekend is here
Let's have fun
While we can
During this time

Sitting at the bar
I notice 24 kinds of beer
There's no shortage of it
But soda's good enough for me
Even ice tea

Pizza is my calling card with this place
I wouldn't have it any other way

After eating
I stroll toward the game area
Interactive golf, darts, and pool tables are
mainstays here

Trying my hand at all of them
Trying my luck at all of them
I'm having fun
Having fun times

Chatting with the bartenders and waitresses
Getting to know them
And them getting to know me
These are special times we share
These are special moments right now
For us all

Two to three hours pass every time I come
But it's time well spent
And I have no regrets

It's time for me to be on my way
Sadly, ladies and gentlemen
But there'll be a time when I'll return
And I know you all will be waiting for me
You all will be happy to see me again
You all can't wait to see me again
Thank you, my friends


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 22, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 22, 2011


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