The Shirtless Runner
I am a shirtless runner,
They call me a jogger these days,
But if I run ungirted
I'll spend the night in a gaol enclave
Instead I wear a keep-fit blue tracksuit,
And have shoes of a plastic which grips,
And the vest has green luminous features
That no motorist is likely to hit.
This exercise helps me keep skinny
And the fresh air is good for my chest,
But the time wasted when I ought to be working
Means I live on the DSS.
If I get a job now lorry driving
My fat will come back very soon,
But the lorry-springs will not get broken
And they give 40-ton artics good room.
-- Ken Geach
Park Street, Ammanford(From: thisissouthwales.co.uk, January 16 2009 (Friday, 15:34)
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