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NaPoWriMo April 19 Haiku catchup (10 of 12)

April 23, 2013


Onward into Saturday evening.  Have you ever noticed that drunkenness amongst friends sounds fun, whilst strangers drunkenness sounds threatening?  If I’m having fun and alcohol is involved I’m usually able to convince myself that our boisterous behaviour is funny, engaging to strangers and would make Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain and W C Fields beg to be part of our party.  When I see a group of strangers behaving in a drunk manner I see them as being over-loud, boorish, insensitive to others and wish they would disappear.  There was a loud party taking place a couple of roads away.  They were clearly having a lot of fun and I tried to remember that it was just a matter of perspective…

Haiku 10 – Saturday 11.00pm

The voices seem violent

but its only drunkenness

They are unaware


From → NaPoWriMo 2013

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