Thursday, 6 August 2015

Muddles in Huddles

When out taking lunch
in a group or a bunch
It’s worth making plans 
in advance
For the group is a troupe 
singing similar tunes
Whilst a bunch is 
a haphazard dance
A bunch is a crowd 
full of laughter out loud
Not a group in a loop 
with agendas
Nudges and winks, 
a nod to petty cash drinks
As a bunch tends
 to smirk at pretenders
A group is a song sheet 
precisely compiled
Conducted in choir 
like precision
Unlike the bunch 
who buy their own lunch
Which the group 
looks upon with derision
The group is a mood
in a transient crowd
Expediently loyal
to the money
Bunches are scenes 
where reality means
That in-spite of it all 
keep it funny
Where a joke is a joke 
not a dig or a poke
Pleasant bunch 
is a good place to be
Unlike a group who 
will jump through a hoop
Apple-polishing gloss
“Look at me!”

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