Droplets of Verse: 'Labour and Slavery'

Miliband was a bit too eager
To wear the t shirt:
‘This is what a feminist looks like’
He should have been more alert
In a factory somewhere, in the tropics… 20 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'Tax Fraud on Toast'

Tories appoint ministers with dodgy credentials
Who preside over tax evasion on a grand scale
Bankers take sumptuous lunches at the Ritz
Tax fraud on toast, a dish some find hard to resist

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Gangster Librarian'

‘You’ll never work in this town again’
Said the Gangster Librarian
Cold hearted Kalashnikov contemplation
Freezing me in suspended animation
She’d done me a special favour you see… 36 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'Savchenko's Scream'

She can’t stomach their deception
Won’t swallow their lies
The coldest cuts, generous portions
Overdone, super sized
Death is on the menu
Vladimir Putin salivates… 55 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'Wheelchair'

A hospital porter wheels me down long corridors
My worn out tyres skidding on faded vinyl floors
Traffic is relentless, my seat never gets completely warm… 145 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'Government Health Warning'

A chronic case, private health care slicing off profit
Poisoned political vision, the public purse takes a massive hit
Surgical interventions, amputations, privatisations
Queues for treatment longer than a politician’s lying tongue… 148 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Hugging a Tree'

If the Green Party win the election
Historically, it’ll be an amazing victory
And it’ll lead to the freakiest of celebrations
Hordes of happy horticulturists hugging a tree

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