THE GOOD TIME GIRLS

A TRILOGY OF OBSERVATIONS ON LIFE IN 21st CENTURY BRITAIN.
INNER CITY STREET
THE LOST BOY

 

The Good Time Girls

 

They totter by, showing thigh, on heels too high

but really don’t care.

Strapless bags, packets of fags, new glad rags,

starting early doors.

Bright red lips, swinging hips, bags of chips

they’re on their way.

They love to dance, take a chance, grab romance,

at least for tonight.

Advert drink, glasses chink, the seductive wink

behind fallen fringe.

Stroking their hair, it’s just a dare, so they don’t care

what they do.

They always say, you never pay, until break of day

if you can pull.

Morning after dread, a strangers bed, nothing’s said

except goodbye,

to the good time girls.

4 thoughts on “THE GOOD TIME GIRLS

  1. This trilogy provides a good insight into 21st Century Britain Nigel. I like the diversity of the views you provide and how they all pull together. Talking of pull, it has been a while since I heard the term. Down Sarf if you use the phrase they look at you strange.

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