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January 01st 2008 print

Hal G.P. Colebatch

Lawyer’s Holiday

This is luxury I’ve never known
outside certain books I’ve read.

Beautiful girls take my clothes off

And then take me to my bed.

A paradise for a lazy man

Who likes a woman’s touch.

Perhaps I’ll read something later.

Now, I’m doing nothing much.

A Regal time. For such a reward

I must have been living right.

I ring a bell and a beautiful girl

Comes to my bed at night.

This pampering is quite the thing,

It’s really living in style.

I thought I needed a holiday

Like this for quite a while.

To be able to live as grandly as this

Is almost the stuff of dreams.

I have to remind myself that all

Really is as it seems.

A special chef prepares my meals,

Pretty girls serve them with charm,

And my drink comes with no effort

Straight through a tube in my arm.

I’m even attended in the bath

By another comely lass,

And sometimes I lie and admire the view:

DRAW CAIDRAC on the glass.

Hal G.P. Colebatch