The Orange

Poem By Wendy Cope

Tonight I need a drink
To forget my pain and my lonely hours
That I spend alone
Looking
At the four walls
Sometimes
The drink is the
Companion
Of my lonely hours

Comments about The Orange

have a mango and tequilla margarita and all will be well and you have your family here at PH.............marci. :)


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