What does it matter
that I’m on my phone,
when everyone else
is on their phone too.
And what does it matter that
I’m drunk in the afternoon,
when everyone else is drunk too.
Ok, well maybe not everyone.
But I’m already drunk,
so it’s too late to change that.
Don’t judge me.
Fuck off.

Published by lou rasmus

Lou Rasmus is an independent author from Chicago, IL. His works are largely focused on exploring the meaning of life – or lack thereof – while the themes of love, relationships, and self-loathing are also central to many of his stories. His upcoming novel, Primrose Isle, will be his third self-published title. Grapefruit Juice, a collection of bitter poems and short stories, and DEAD RED FISH, his semi-autobiographical debut novel about a young man coming to age on a road trip with his childhood friends, are also available on Amazon.

20 thoughts on “Drunk

    1. Oh! Judge, your honor.
      He didn’t mean
      Fuck You

      Tubularsock is here
      To pay lou’s bail

      He meant
      Fuck off
      A general term

      An afternoon
      Drunken’ expression

      Oh, thirty days ……
      “so it’s too late to change that”.

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