The third in a series of regular poetic reviews of Erinsborough’s Ramsay Street – this one a review of the week’s episodes

It’s hotting up in Ramsay Street,
We’ve got a little nearer.
We know that Hamish is a con,
It’s all becoming clearer.
But Tyler thinks he’s water-tight
And won’t hear Piper’s plea.
His sorrows drowned with the T-Bone texts,
His brain is all at sea.

So Aaron is in ‘Gay Paree’
And he’s such a super sleuth,
Compared to Mark he’s double quick
In uncovering the truth.
He’s found the house to catch the girl
To catch the conman out.
He might catch Andrea as well,
As he hotfoots it about.

And, meanwhile hapless Gary
Took a deep breath not intended.
Found comatose in the Penthouse lift,
Paul’s dinner party ended.
Confessions then from Moneybags
Of his and Courtney’s plot.
Well what a shock, who’d ever guess?
We were flabbergasted. Not!

I’m sensing fireworks yet to come
And more explosive tales,
And sultry scenes and drama –
And a warning, perhaps, of gales?
It’s all going on in Erinsborough
And it’s all going off as well.
We’re bubbling like the hot tub
For what next week has to tell!

© Carol Ann Wood
Week ending Friday 3 November 2017

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