- Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings of Greenbridge, Essex, England
- Azagoths of Kria
- Adrian Sevitz of Wandsworth Town, London, England (formally Johannesburg, South Africa)
After a break up
To cheer up
Girls get ice cream
So things aren’t as bad as they seem.
Boys come home
And watch rugby alone
Whist drinking many beers
But it ends in tears
Because we lose the damn game
Which is all a bit lame
But leaves us still drunk
And in a bad poetry funk
Really damn good, despite the typing.
Sigh, what did I spell wrong?
the/they. But don’t worry, it’s an endearing feature.
I was drunk when I poeted.
And “loose” should be “lose.” But it’s still endearing.
I thought it was meant to be loosen.
I think the extra o was added for emphasis on just how badly they lost. Nice creative touch.
Sigh. Fixed too.
Head hung in shame.
I can’t even claim drunkenness for that.
And the double “and” in the last line? Is that significant? Maybe we should set the Doctor on this.
Fixed too. Sigh. I’m hopeless. I apologise.