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My Armchair Day

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My Armchair Day

(Warning) You need to watch english daytime t.v to really get the drift.............

Another day breaks, I open my eyes
It’s still rather early but I feel I must rise
Into the bathroom a little unsteady
I’m sure I’ll come round as I’m getting ready.
Out the window I sit and stare
A cup of tea and in my chair.
The day won’t seem quite so long
If I sit and watch the birds in song.
The TV’s on - nothing new
I’ll think I make another brew
Another poor soul through the ringer
That’s what you get with Gerry Springer!
I turn it over with a smile
Just in time for Jeremy Kyle!
The days long gone when I went “gyming”
Now I sit and watch Loose Women!
This afternoon its Noel’s best deals
But now its time for meals on wheels!
Frozen peas and a slice of ham
I suppose it’s better than war-time spam!
What’s for pudding? Spotted Dick?
I like my custard nice and thick
A little nap is what I need 
To bring me right back up to speed.
It’s Bargain Hunt’s auction sale
Can’t wait for seven and Emmerdale!
Some mail to write with ink and pen
Then off to bed with News at Ten!

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  1. Date: 6/20/2010 1:47:00 AM
    I remember sitting through weeks of daytime TV after I had major surgery a few years back. It can be quite soul destroying, lol. Enjoyed your write very much. Anyway, must dash, 60 minute makeover is about to start ;) ~ Sharon :)

  1. Date: 6/5/2010 2:11:00 PM
    Thank you for sharing you poetry with us Roger. I enjoyed reading it this afternoon. Hope you have a wonderful weekend running over with inspiration. Love, Carol