Droplets of Verse: 'Nicola Sturgeon Face Masks'

Wearing Nicola Sturgeon face masks
Tory campaigners stick to their propaganda task
To smear their opponents, in a choreography too absurd
Twisting the narrative, a political vision deliberately blurred… 34 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Stumbling Ed Miliband'

An underdog rising, rhetoric roaring
The audience hostile, not exactly adoring
Miliband prepares for socialist style outpouring
Opponents engage in political point scoring
Cameron claims the UK deficit is tumbling… 30 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'A Dagger of Dystopia'

For Boris, the boundaries are blurred
Between Greek classics and the modern world
He sees himself as a god, a ruler supreme
A golden haired hero in a damsel’s dream… 36 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Tory Team USA'

Conservatives call up the cavalry
From the so called Land of the Free
Republicans march into an election war
Do they know what they’re fighting for? 31 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Kalashnikov Got Shot'

A spate of very suspicious suicides
Kalashnikov shot himself in the back
Some deaths attributed to misuse of cyanide
Several unfortunate bath-time heart attacks
Injuries inconsistent, not from shaving with a razor… 23 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Margaret Thatcher's Greatest Hits'

She considered Tony Blair a magnificent achievement
Fit to take the reins of a Tory government
Labour Party ideology shifted from left to right
Tony Blair’s philosophy was economically Thatcherite… 32 more words

Poetry

Droplets of Verse: 'Motorola'

An unrecognised republic ruled by unelected executioners
Ukrainian soldiers taken prisoner,  beaten then slaughtered
Motorola boasts of his brutality, his bloodthirsty inhumanity
A Moscow minion, murdering to maintain maximum insanity… 41 more words

Poetry