Droplets of Verse: 'It Could Be Worse'

They say they inherited a mess from the previous government
The Tories rely on the same old, tired arguments
New Labour famously declared there would no more ‘boom and bust’ 46 more words

Writing

Droplets of Verse: 'Bedroom Tax'

They shared the same destiny
To inflict the spare room subsidy
On social housing tenants
Collecting extra percentages
To pay off a nation’s debt
While tax fraud stayed unchecked… 14 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Folding the Towels'

He used to earn a crust by folding towels
Now he counts the UK’s pennies and pounds
Vowed to pay off the nation’s debt completely… 49 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'A Right Royal Bean Feast'

When David Cameron invited the Queen over for tea
He conveniently forgot all about austerity
Later, the hospitality bill was reluctantly released
Thousands of pounds spent, a right Royal bean feast

Writing

Droplets of Verse: 'Lies Set You Free'

An inspiration from the gates of Auschwitz
The new Russian mantra: ‘War Sets You Free’
Who needs to know the truth?
When lies will set them free

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'The Pencil Snapper'

The pencil snapper sits in his mansion
Around him lie fragments of graphite and wood
When he’s displeased he snaps a pencil again
Knee deep in debris,  he swears he’s misunderstood

Poetry

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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