Just Jot It January: A Good Night

It’s Friday night and she is  out  with  her besties.

She has  worked hard  all week and  it’s time to let  her  hair down

They have some  shots  before they go, put themselves  at their ease.

Need to forget the week  and and their  troubles drown.

 

Short skirts high heels, false lashes red lips

Tonight they are going out it is their playtime

They’ve  all topped up with voddy, slight slurs weaving hips

Out they sally into the night, no coats, young girls in their prime

 

Early hours  freezing  cold , tights ripped heels broke

She has been sick and wet  herself no shred of selrespect

Lying in her own mess shaking  as she chokes

People passing by  dissmiss her as a social reject.

 

OH!  her friends  had all left her there,she could  die  of shame

She hopes no one she knows has  seen her staggering around

Why  had  she not taken care, not played that drinking game

Her face was gashed , her knee grazed where she’d fallen on the ground.

Too many  young people  and  many many  are  girls  binge drink read  here 

 

 

This post is part of Just Jot It January hosted by Linda G Hill.

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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Catnip
    Jan 24, 2015 @ 23:04:07

    Sounds like fun to me”..

    Reply

  2. Tricia
    Jan 25, 2015 @ 22:50:41

    Good post Willowdot.. So many young women fall for the lie that partying hard and hooking up with whoever, wherever is somehow empowering. I’ve been there and it most definitely is not the dream it’s cracked up to be. I

    Reply

    • willowdot21
      Jan 26, 2015 @ 06:40:47

      Thanks Tricia the voice of knowledge . Binge drinking in the UK is huge problem for young people and the girls are as bad if not worse than the boys. It’s a sad state of affairs. Xx

      Reply

      • Tricia
        Jan 26, 2015 @ 23:21:39

        It’s a big problem here in America too Willowdot. All generations go through it but it somehow seems worse now, I don’t know why. Sad though.

      • willowdot21
        Jan 27, 2015 @ 07:00:07

        Yes it seems they don’t care and every weekend they get off their heads quite literally. Some even do it though the week . Liver disease is becoming more common in the 20 and 30 year olds. Sad.

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