Bingo Bug

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
Poem for all you Bingo lovers!

Submitted: May 23, 2014

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Getting comfy in my chair
A noisy cough, an evil stare
One minute late, what a crime
Position books in good time
A communal sshh! a smokers cough
Number ten, oh good were off
Crossing one, then two then three
A line a line , could that be me
Sweating brow, thumping chest
I'm sure it's me and not the rest
Getting ready, just need one
ERE! ERE! Oh...... It's gone
Never mind there's still the house
Shrinking back like a mouse
One fat lady number eight
Spot reminder! Lose some weight
Number seven, that's good luck
Not it seems in my book
Suddenly things swing around
Numbers six,eight, twelve are found
Needing one I feel all flush
Getting that adrenaline rush
BINGO!   BINGO!  Yes it's me
Forgot I have to share with three
Pop the money in my bag
Retreat outside for a fag
A welcome break, I feel calm
A thousand quid across my palm
A round of drinks all on me
Vultures circle, one two three
I pay them out all in turn
The action makes my stomach churn
No time to dwell I take my seat
The bingo callers on his feet
This time I use my lucky pen
Downing Street number ten
Numbers swirling in my head
Even when I go to bed
A sleepless night, I pace the rug

YES  I've caught the BINGO BUG!!!!


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