Torification*

Blah blah Brexit… Blah blah impending exit… Blah blah Teresa v. Boris…* Like the only choice for PM is this… A tit-for-tat-Toryfied battle of wits Between two over-educated upper class twits… With an ego a-piece and alleged erudition That gives them both balls to compete for position While ordinary folk, their patience vexed, Try to […]

So Long, Farewell*

There´s a sad sort of clanging from Big Ben in the tower And the bells in the Abbey too. And down in the Chambers The politicians coo ‘The Brexit Vote? -There’s nothing we can do.’ What a bloomin’ ballyhoo! BALLYHOO! Regretfully they tell us While seeking to compel us To say goodbye to Europe ‘Boo. […]

Alexander Boris De Pfeffel Johnson MP*

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson MP * Took great care of his career, as far as most could see: Known for his public school foppishness As much as unfettered politjcal frankness, His candid style of communication Not befitting many an occasions -Or at least that’s how it would often appear, Mrs May looking most severe […]

Trumpton*

Trump Scraps Visit! -Well, that’s no surprise, is it…? The man with an ego the size of a planet Really not wanting to compromise it, Faced with the very real idea He would not, perhaps, feel welcome here. Perhaps this is progress, Perhaps self-preservation: Whatever the reason, A win-win situation. No more to be said […]

T Will Survive!*

At first, she was stalwart, took the Leavers’ side Kept thinking she and hers could live sans Europe by their side She spent so many words trying hard to persuade Tory politicians Along with various aids. And now she’d vexed, like Humpty Dumpty Faltering at the helm like some nautical numpty She should have listened […]

Griefed Spite-ning*

  We’ve got bills. They’re multiplying… -Is she losing control? ‘Coz the power She’s supplying, Is atro-phy-ing… She better shape up To the blond bombshell With his heart set on her role She better shape up Before she finds herself Facing life upon the dole She better shape up, If she don’t need that man, […]

May/Dismay*

At first, she was stalwart, took the Leavers’ side Kept thinking she and hers could live sans Europe by their side She spent so many words trying hard to persuade Tory politicians Along with various aids. And now she’d vexed, like Humpty Dumpty Falt’ring at the helm like some nautical numpty She should have listened […]