Monthly Archives: August 2015

Mr Speaker

To clarify our position We’re sticking with indecision Can all do as you please? Once paid tuition fees No ruling of iron fist Once you conform to the list Introduce budget restraint Promoted peer to a saint Investigation into expenses … Continue reading

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Chrissie Hynde Misaligned

Chrissie Hynde’s remarks about women being responsible for being attacked by men if they are drunk or wearing certain clothing is disturbing in itself and resolutely not true. We should take her comments in context of her being a victim … Continue reading

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Where, what, why?

To whom it may concern What is there to learn? A reward for a good deed Or compassion Consumed by greed On what do we feed? What makes our lives complete? Living in the shadows Completion of a feat Where … Continue reading

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Waiting For

The phone to ring The birds to sing The end of war The final score To see sense Get off the fence To do what it takes With no heartbreaks The rain to abate Not to be too late The … Continue reading

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Edge

I saw her Standing by the water’s edge A little closer She would have got wet Why is she here? What is she feeling? In every move There is meaning Want to help Best to leave alone After some soul … Continue reading

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Brainchild. What does it mean?

Interesting that these two words come together don’t you agree? What does it actually mean though? Well I’m glad you ask. Looking up the definition it states the meaning as someone’s original idea or plan. Mostly this seems to be … Continue reading

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Equation

The main event Reason to repent Not suitable for first class Kiss my arse The right to appeal Reason to reply Seeking the new deal Never ask why Those gone before Don’t care less Life’s not an equation Can’t measure … Continue reading

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