Ian Keenan


Who Knows When - Poem by Ian Keenan

In front of the telly,
Laptop open on Facebook as usual,
Ollie shouts his agreement with the book's
Manifesto.

He is going later to the dentist for his teeth check,
But until then he will prepare his case
For his Uni friends,
Many parents of whom he feels
Should at least be deported for their
Capitalistic beliefs.

Then he cuddles his cat,
Cooks a lovely noodle-based meal,
And reminds me of his younger self,
With 'love you dad and see you later',
Driving off once more in the Polo,
To be seen who-knows when.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2015



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