Society in the dump but no need to hide they’ll swallow all his talk why stay inside he walks with head aloft while so full of pride. I’m indestructible, I’m feared watch me for much longer it’s party time once more see me do the conga if you stop all the moaning I’ll sing youContinue reading “Mr Teflon Man”
Category Archives: Satirical poems
The Ruling Classes
I walked into a restaurant one daylooking for a bite to eatall the folk were making merrysome dancing on their feet. Eating juicy steakslobster and fine cuisinewashed down with sparkling wineyou know what I mean. Their faces were familiar for I’d seen them on the news living in their second homes – and fancy Mews.Continue reading “The Ruling Classes”
The steely knives are drawn with hastebackstabbing is a moral fateThey fall like flies upon the dungA close colleague, a dear old mate. The numbers are dwindling quite fastthe contest takes a speedy pacea party of a non-unitea learned friend smacked in the face. They talk of things so great and boldhow this country uniteContinue reading “Leadership”
Does It Matter?
Life can be such a dragthey told me I can’t have a fagbad for your health they saidif you don’t stop, you’ll soon be dead. But what of when my lungs do passall of that poisonous belated gasand radiation in the airand testing bombs without a care. And what of all the crops of wheatsprayedContinue reading “Does It Matter?”