To Hoard

To Hoard

 

Don´t throw it away

as it might come in use one day

Shall we put it in the loft?

O don´t be soft

Better in the garage

with all the other baggage

Let us cut out all this din

and put the lot in the rubbish bin

I would rather stay with caution

and at least keep a portion

I suppose you think that I am a magpie

said with a resounding sigh

I could not agree more when I see your store

which could not be exceeded by any more

It would be better to chuck the lot

you silly hoarding clot

◄ Uncertainty

Despondent ►

Comments

<Deleted User> (13762)

Mon 31st Jul 2017 21:53

this is very timely for me Keith as I turned anger into energy (to quote John Lydon) this morning by boxing up a load of books, games and dvd's and running them over to my local Oxfam store. And boy did it feel good. Here's to the next bout of life laundering and to more of the same quality from your good self. Cheers, Col.

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