DO NOT RESIST THE LUST
1. A You mustn’t resist the lust,
2. B To wander and travel free,
3. A Each day that comes you must.
4. A Adventure begins with trust,
5. B Obeying the distant plea,
6. A You mustn’t resist the lust.
7. A For walking on distant dust,
8. B Inspires you to see,
9. A Each day that comes you must
10. A The world you entrust,
11. B To favour gleefully,
12. A You mustn’t resist the lust.
13. A Like scrapping off the rust,
14. B Embarking on the sea,
15. A Each day that comes you must
16. A Step out and be robust,
17. B Go earn your life degree,
18. A You mustn’t resist the lust,
19. A Each day that comes you must.
The joy that comes when it sounds
Bumbling along its intended route
To share and sample each passing face
And make transactions true
A thing underestimated
Not often held to its utter glory
They think it ordinary and opaque
But I know it’s secret high estate
It rolls and rumbles with giddy glee
Carrying the warmest of treasures enroute
A small fee to pay to gain its favour
But I’d willingly give all of me
The journey is improved with its presence,
And certainly unpleasant with its absence.
A simple addition that makes the experience.
A gift in the midst of bland transportation.
And ever the jewel in the crown to this glorious journey,
Is the lady or man asking so sweetly:,
‘Anything from the trolly?’
Joshua Dobson is an aspiring writer currently studying Post Colonial literature. He lives in Bristol, England with his husband and loves to encourage reading of lgbt, feminist, and mythological themes. Find him on Twitter and Facebook @mrjpdobson