The Alcoholic

Tatyough Terungwa Thomas

Despite several warnings
He holds on to his liquor, never a happy person
After several fights and arguments
He vomits and ends face down in the floor
He is never polite!

Despite several warnings
To the addictive drink he happily submit
He wakes in the morning with terrible headache
From a drunken state he made many mistakes
He is a bully!

Despite several warnings
He is out boozing with his mates
So he boozed and boozed
On his way home on wheels
He realized his liquor has tricked his vision
His end is near
He zoomed home rather too quick
This time home to rest in peace

  • Author: Tatyough Terungwa Thomas (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 19th, 2023 02:14
  • Category: Unclassified
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