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Wet Dreams. by Terry Collett - [67 words]
Towards Eternity by Shruti Chandra Gupta This is a poem about the soul and the body, and the conflict between them. [98 words]
Then Suddenly. by Terry Collett - [109 words]
The Web by Chloe L Batey It's a cross between lyrics and poetry, about being tangled in life and it's problems. it's basically a... [172 words]
The Theory Of Knowledge According To A Woman Named Righteous by Piper Davenport A woman is hearbroken over her decaying hometown. [224 words]
The Telephone Girl. by Terry Collett - [91 words]
The Sidewalk by Piper Davenport A woman sees her neighborhood for how it really is. [396 words]
The Screaming, The Anger, The Hurt And The Pain by Jasmine P Batey hope you enjoy and please comment -- not one of my best [108 words]
The Push And Fall. by Terry Collett - [98 words]
The Only Casualty by Jasmine P Batey a small poem I wrote this morning -- haven't completed one about a smile yet but working on i... [59 words]
That Kind Of Friend. by Terry Collett - [88 words]
Summer Love by L Chapman - [23 words]
Something More by Veronica Habib - [73 words]
Snap Shot. by Terry Collett - [104 words]
Sestina!The Look! by Piper Davenport A woman walking in an inner-city neighborhood after a rainstorm questions the disconnection s... [306 words]
Postcard by Terry Collett - [130 words]
One Of These Days by Jasmine P Batey I was dared to write a poem about a smile, I doubt that this is what she had in mind, but it ... [86 words]
Office Promotion. by Terry Collett - [129 words]
Numb by Jasmine P Batey To a certain someone, you really hurt me. [43 words]
Nuit Et Jour. by Terry Collett - [63 words]
Nothings Wrong by Jasmine P Batey an inside view of me [13 words]
Not Herself. by Terry Collett - [160 words]
Like Her Mother by Terry Collett - [60 words]
L'amour Est Mort. by Terry Collett - [105 words]
Its Not Fair by Tamsin Butler How I feel. [20 words]
Is It Worth Being Alone? by Jasmine P Batey Again, a sneak peak into my Life [89 words]
I Don't Think You Know How Much You Hurt Me by Chloe L Batey Went through a stage where my father and I came to blows on every l... [100 words]
I Am Alone by Chloe L Batey About being alone [92 words]
Happier Being Me by Chloe L Batey About wanting to be somebody else [29 words]
God, If You're Up There... by Jasmine P Batey My prayer [39 words]
French Lessons. by Terry Collett - [92 words]
For Farrah (Fawcett) by Lamar Cole - [105 words]
Fire Fright by T J Rintoull Read the poem please. [172 words]
Finding A Poem by Piper Davenport Writing poetry is the one of the most challenging venues of a young writer's career. Mastering t... [13 words]
Didn't I Say So. by Terry Collett - [95 words]
Apricot Sensation. by Terry Collett - [90 words]
Ain't You Heard? by Piper Davenport A self-reflecting poem. [13 words]
You're There by Izabela Baranowska Friendship [43 words]
Truth Unseen by Luis Felipe Moura This is something I wrote when I was sad to realize people often think the worst of you. [196 words]
Time To Apologize by Mimi this is a poem i wrote about saying i'm sorry for things. it's kind of short... [45 words]
This World I Wake To by Kira Carlee Consciousness on sunday morning [37 words]
The Dead Are Here. by Terry Collett - [155 words]
The Children Come Still. by Terry Collett - [63 words]
The 1 by Shemekia T Sunshine Jackson - [215 words]
Sex & Phone Calls. by Terry Collett - [98 words]
Sex Letters. by Terry Collett - [102 words]
Ryan & Marilyn. by Terry Collett - [67 words]
Return To Sender by Shemekia T Sunshine Jackson A LOVE FROM THE PAST [129 words]
Peter's Prayer. by Terry Collett - [83 words]
Pandemonium At The Asylum. by Terry Collett - [99 words]
Mother & Dead Child. by Terry Collett - [62 words]
Morning In Detroit by Piper Davenport The beauty of Detroit on a weekend morning. [354 words]
Memory Of Thighs. by Terry Collett - [69 words]
Mary, Ex-Queen Of Scots by Abracadabra About the story of Mary I of Scotland, commonly known as Mary Queen of Scots,who was ex... [645 words]
Just For Laughs. by Terry Collett - [69 words]
Jarred Lopez by Mimi this is about my ex, who you probably guessed is named Jarred Lopez [85 words]
Is It Real? by Mimi this I wrote one day in my english class [75 words]
Inside His Head by Susan Rippe - [93 words]
Goodbye Michael by Lamar Cole - [91 words]
Finger Licking Girl. by Terry Collett - [94 words]
Fay's First Kiss. by Terry Collett - [78 words]
Eva Distracted. by Terry Collett - [62 words]
Day After Hour by Terry Collett - [121 words]
Dark Sin by Terry Collett - [119 words]
Christina Copulates. by Terry Collett - [87 words]
By Him Forsaken. by Terry Collett - [146 words]
Basking In The Ambiance by Ian Tronco - [40 words]
All Days. by Terry Collett - [73 words]
What Happened To Those Days? by Pius N Mburu This girl used to call me and we'd talk for hours but that seems to have come to a... [221 words]
The Title Is Unfinished by C Simnitt - [154 words]
The Title Is The Rose by C Simnitt - [74 words]
The Title Is Red by C Simnitt - [132 words]
The Title Is Gone by C Simnitt - [132 words]
The Title Is Alone by C Simnitt - [165 words]
The Title Is A Bit by C Simnitt - [46 words]
The Sex Was Better. by Terry Collett - [186 words]
Sometimes It Was. by Terry Collett - [148 words]
She Smiled. by Terry Collett - [75 words]
Not The Player. by Terry Collett - [86 words]
Not His Usual Kind. by Terry Collett - [137 words]
Max& The Coke Girl. by Terry Collett - [174 words]
Esterka's Photograph. by Terry Collett - [93 words]
City Birds by Dream Rinsed a song about daytrippin'. (smoothfolksyjazz) [38 words]
Chemical Love by Mike Piotrowski Artificially induced feelings of love... hope you guys like it... [65 words]
Bronwen Was Loved. by Terry Collett - [135 words]
Asylum Of Sexlessness. by Terry Collett - [280 words]
As Time Grows Closer by Hannah Gianotti - [70 words]
What Saved Me by Katherine Smith Barry, my love, this is for you. [499 words]
Wedding Photograph. by Terry Collett - [175 words]
Vanquished Dreams by C Simnitt - [107 words]
The Title Is Why by C Simnitt - [116 words]
Taking Time by Jina Kaye - [367 words]
Sound And Sacrafice by Alberto Pupo to the victor goes.. the spoils [87 words]
Solidity Is Not Here by Madeline Maddy Marie Keene A poem about being yourself and that the worldy things such as physical beauty and status ... [202 words]
Seeker Of My Troubles by Katherine Smith - [157 words]
Saturday Night Dilemma
On The Ledge by Katherine Smith - [192 words]
Losing Baby. by Terry Collett - [104 words]
Hysterical Madness by Jina Kaye It is crazy what happens when you walk through these streets... [602 words]
Hell's Forgotten Cry by Katherine Smith - [125 words]
From A Bus. by Terry Collett A woman touring abroad on a bus sees a small child who seemed chain to a gate but all she can do is... [99 words]
Easy Looking Back. by Terry Collett - [134 words]
Distant Star. by Terry Collett A young girl suffering from Anorexia nervosa shocks a young man who sees her on a beach. [147 words]
Books & Photographs. by Terry Collett - [148 words]
And So It Goes....... by Alberto Pupo going........ [56 words]
All She Wanted. by Terry Collett - [162 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Saturday Night Dilemma
DESCRIPTION
Saturday nights out are not what they used to be.
[92 words]
AUTHOR
Colin Baker
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[October 2014]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
clnbkr@tiscali.co.uk
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (117)
25 Years On (Poetry) - [85 words]
2 Am (Poetry) - [115 words]
A Bus Commuter's Sonnet (Poetry) - [107 words]
A Choreographed Breakfast (Poetry) - [68 words]
A Dreamer's Song (Aka Wishful Thinking) (Poetry) - [85 words]
A Fibber's Prayer (Poetry) A short poem about making good some porkies. [291 words] [Humor]
A First Class Service (Poetry) - [15 words]
A Lost Generation ? (Poetry) - [52 words]
A Pious Gent (Poetry) - [11 words]
A Restraining Order For Jesus (Poetry) - [258 words]
A Smoker's Pledge Of Allegiance (Poetry) - [98 words]
A To Z Of Adolescence (Poetry) Ever been a parent ? Of three daughters ? [21 words]
A Visit To The Planetarium (Poetry) - [31 words]
Africans, Westerners And Intelligence. (Essays) A reply to Dr. James D. Watson's recent assertion that Africans are of inferior intelligence when compared to Westerners. [7,297 words]
An Apple A Day (Poetry) Fun poetry. [36 words]
Believe In Better (Short Stories) A philosophical alternative to the current mindset. [804 words]
Beneath Her Window (Poetry) - [34 words]
Benefit Cutting For Dummies (Non-Fiction) Benefit cutting is politically and ideologically motivated. [2,411 words]
Bill Gates Should Take A Tip From Karl And Fred (Essays) Bill Gates recently criticised capitalism. Hooray! one might be minded to cry out! But all is not as straight forward as it seems. [872 words] [Drama]
Bill The Bus Driver (Poetry) - [61 words]
Blackvein (Poetry) - [103 words]
Britain's Festival Of The Juggernaut. (Essays) Capitalist Britain and the Hindu tradition of Vishnu's incarnation have much in common. [1,277 words]
By Night When Others Soundly Slept (I'd Pinch Lots Of Stuff) (Poetry) - [114 words]
Christmas Conundrum (Poetry) Christmas can be a confusing time for some children. [197 words]
Coming To Terms (Poetry) Extolling the virtues of the human brain. [177 words]
Contradictory Deliverance (Poetry) - [37 words]
Cost-Effective Indifference (Poetry) - [29 words]
Cough & Drop (Poetry) - [114 words]
Debt (Poetry) Debt, Emily Dickinson style. [178 words]
' Doc ' (Poetry) A very brief reflection of the continued erosion of free health provision in contemporary Britain. [80 words]
Douglas R.I.P. (Poetry) - [270 words]
Ends And Means (Non-Fiction) The world we currently live in is a topsy turvy place. [215 words] [History]
Evening Class For A Grownup (Poetry) - [58 words]
Favour (Poetry) - [21 words]
Fruit And Vegetable Shortages (Non-Fiction) A spurious argument [269 words]
Get On Board, Iraqi Children (Poetry) Allah's train keeps a-comin' for thousands of Iraqi children. [181 words]
Good News Is No News (Short Stories) Good news isn't always what it seems. [470 words] [Literary Fiction]
Growing Up (2006) (Poetry) - [28 words]
Hey John! How Are Things My Friend? (Poetry) - [134 words]
Hit The Sack (Poetry) - [299 words]
If I Die (Poetry) Inspired by a conversation one evening at bedtime between my 6 year old daughter and I. Suddenly, she wanted to explore the concept of dying. [129 words]
Imperialism Dear Boy, Imperialism (Poetry) Limerick on the theme of the current Gulf conflict. [27 words]
In A Seaside Street (Poetry) - [167 words]
In The Top Right-Hand Corner (Poetry) - [21 words]
In The Union Of Myanmar (Poetry) - [38 words]
It's Like Hurricane Ike... (Poetry) - [112 words]
Kidney Stones (Poetry) - [13 words]
Killing At Camp - Justice? (Poetry) - [55 words]
Labour Pains (Poetry) - [93 words]
Last Wednesday: Peterchurch, Herefordshire. (Poetry) - [31 words]
Little Donkey - Revised (Poetry) A poem for christmas [16 words] [Humor]
Lovers Walking In A Lane In Summer (Poetry) - [126 words]
Margaret Thatcher's Funeral (Non-Fiction) - [270 words]
Meop Citsigoloen A (Poetry) - [28 words]
Milton! Art Thou Dying (Again)? (Poetry) Is Milton Friedman's free-market mantra now in tatters? [28 words]
Monday Morning (Poetry) - [59 words]
Moral Instruction (Poetry) - [107 words]
My Child X 3 (Poetry) - [23 words]
Newport - Stow Hill (Poetry) - [4 words]
Norman's Unemployment Policy - Britain, Summer 1981 (Poetry) - [158 words]
Oh Jesus! (Poetry) - [18 words]
Oh La La ! (Poetry) - [118 words]
On The Beach! (Poetry) - [48 words]
Over My Dead Body (Poetry) - [52 words]
Pardon Me But................... (Poetry) - [11 words]
Parliament? - It's History! (Essays) The role of Parliament as an institution here in the UK must now radically change. [1,398 words]
Partnership (Poetry) - [30 words]
Playing Pétanque (Poetry) - [141 words]
Pleasure Island (Poetry) - [114 words]
Poem Of The Cross (Poetry) - [32 words]
Poetry - No Doubt (Poetry) - [8 words]
Potential Human (Poetry) - [33 words]
Pregnancy And Politics (Non-Fiction) An argument against capitalism [1,096 words]
Prophecy (Poetry) - [28 words]
Psalm 17-30 (The Rush-Hour Psalm) (Poetry) - [261 words]
Psalm 23 (New Labour's Psalm) (Poetry) - [108 words]
Psalm 23 (The Mcjob Psalm) (Poetry) McJobs abound in capitalist society.... [122 words]
Rain Heading In From The West (Poetry) A poem written to mark the many innocent deaths brought about by Western political aggression in Iraq and Afghanistan. [243 words]
Raining Cats And Dogs (Poetry) Do you believe in metaphors coming true ? [187 words]
Reflections On God's Actions (Poetry) - [62 words]
Remembering (Poetry) - [144 words]
Saviour Self (Poetry) - [86 words]
School (Poetry) - [107 words]
Screwball Scramble (Essays) There is a good reason for the phenomenon of frenzied shopping in the Western world. [2,381 words]
September 03, 2007 (Poetry) To mark a particular President's recent visit to Iraq [18 words]
Social Inequality Is Not One-Sided (Non-Fiction) - [1,035 words]
Society, The Family And A Thatcher. (Essays) When UK conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher asserted in 1987 that 'there is no such thing as society', she overlooked all that it is to be human. [5,380 words]
Something For Nothing (Short Stories) The irony of political correctness [90 words]
Sometimes (Poetry) Sometimes, contemporary work roles seem to necessitate wishful thinking in a person. [69 words]
Spitting (At) Images (Poetry) - [28 words]
Take O Take Those Chips Away (Poetry) - [44 words]
Taking Leave (And All That) (Poetry) - [36 words]
The B B C (Poetry) - [12 words]
The Chair (Poetry) - [235 words]
The Chinese Medicine Shop (Poetry) - [43 words]
The Lords (Poetry) - [28 words]
The Poisonous Dart Frog, Politics And History (Essays) - [2,477 words]
The Religious Sum Of The Iraq War (Poetry) - [14 words]
The Retrospective Chicken (Poetry) Introspective journey of a chicken. [255 words]
The Sack Race (Poetry) A short poem, written to mark the occasion of my youngest daughter's recent triumphs in her school sack race. [207 words]
The State (Poetry) - [22 words]
The Sum Of Amon Goeth's Execution (Poetry) - [14 words]
The Valleys (Poetry) - [68 words]
The Western Alpha Bit (Poetry) Topic of Iraq [182 words]
Thoughts On The Evolutionary School Of Life (Poetry) - [177 words]
Thoughts On Youth Crime (Poetry) - [16 words]
Topsy Turvy (Poetry) - [33 words]
Up! (Poetry) - [64 words]
Up-Hill (Till M4 Junction 3, Then Head South) (Poetry) - [138 words]
We'd Sit And Sing Alway (Then Came A Barratt Team) (Poetry) Greenbelt, in certain parts of 21st century Britain, is a dwindling phenomenon. [71 words]
We'll Go No More A-Dogging (Poetry) - [70 words]
What Do We Want? Concrete Fairness! When Do We Want It? Now! (Essays) Live Aid and Live 8 failed because they made metaphysical appeals to fairness and justice. [4,232 words]
While God........... (Poetry) - [15 words]
Why And How We Spoke God Into Existence (Poetry) Have you ever wondered how God came to be? [234 words]
Why Bother At All? (Non-Fiction) Why bother struggling to save a decaying economic system like capitalism? [483 words]
Withdrawn Loners And Sparkling Drops (Non-Fiction) The recent shooting at Sandy Hook school in Connecticut USA is tragic beyond question, yet also revealing in some ways. [856 words] [Crime]
Yesterday (Poetry) (Inspired by one of Brittany's recent tree-climbing experiences, she being our youngest daughter) [177 words]
Saturday Night Dilemma
Colin Baker


To hurl or not to hurl, that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in this street to suffer
The slings and arrowes of outraged passers-by,
Or to make haste for that hedge,
And by doing so, avoid them? My eye!
To chorkle no more in public gaze? To say I will end
The partaking of pavement pizza-making in shop doorways?
A Saturday night trend that is heyre, and heyre to stay? 'Tis a situation
Devoutly not to be wish'd. Heecccccchhluuuugg !!! Now;
To sneak, perchance, one last swift half; Ay, there's a pub!





Colin Baker July 2008




(With thanks to Mr. Shakespeare)

 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 2009
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