Poem 339 – Never Apologise

Never apologise; there is a world of other woes
That do not take the time to say sorry.
It is just a waste of time; almost any crime
Will be forgotten like the end of a childhood story.
That said, I’m obliged to remark
If you don’t replace my possessions,
Upon your backside my foot will be parked
Your posterior recipient to my frustrations.


Dear readers,

As I am releasing the ‘Tempus Fugit’ poems on the ‘traditional’ release days of M/W/F, here is a Thursday comic poem. It’s not that funny, but it breaks up the rather dry poetry about time. As a point of interest, is that a good idea, in your opinions?

Kind regards,

The Hapless Neo-Romantic

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