Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Cold Station

Cold station
Such commotion
When rather he
would clearly be
Up to his eyeballs
In the ocean
But alas instead
A cold station

Within the verse, we find the author to be demonstrating a sense of lamentation which one could be forgiven for mistaking as a reaction to the 'cold' nature of the station alone, but which, upon closer examination appears to be alluding to the writer's love of entering the sea 'up to his eyeballs'.

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