Parking Debacle*

Dear Mr Kyle (MP)¹ I hope you might indulge me In answering a question That’s troubling increasingly: A particular vexation Of living near Hove station And made much worse in summer it seems With tourists, friends and relations in streams Trickling down the A23 To spend a day or more down by the sea, Each […]

Lethiferous Lout*

Someone trashed the window Of me ol’ man’s White Van. Stoved it in proper Just because he thinks he can. Scattering crystalline shards of glass To emphasise this work of class, An act with the intention Of some kind of henchman, With a mind of the mindless Who simply don’t process That actions maketh consequence, […]

Neighbourhood Wrath*

It seems workplace parking’s gone barking With all the chaos it’s sparking, The length of the roads Running past our abode Overflowing with tempers and narking… The neighbours are generally tolerant As we clutter their streets with cars But Wednesday’s inclement weather Caused chaos beyond bizarre: Tempers already beginning to fray At the end of […]

Barking Parking*

Like many here, I park my car From whence I hope it’s not too far To haul my sleep-depriv-èd mass To school in reasonable time for class, Noting with increased concern How busy people seldom learn That other folk around them share The morning’s daily parking scare… The urgency to not be late Declining us […]

Parking Political*

Parking in Brighton Is far from right on… The premium tariffs completely adrift And, frankly, causing rather a rift Between the Council, hovering with greed And road users whose freedom this impedes, Tourists, its seems, at the top of the list Of those entitled to feel p*ssed While those of us who just reside Are […]