Poetry, Short Stories & Plays
This slim volume comprises a collection of gently comic poems, drawn from the author’s many years of experience dealing with adolescent youth. The topics range from the everyday to beyond - many husbands left on their own will have fought interminable battles with bed linen, politics rears its ugly head as England prepares to ‘go it alone’, and Clio, Muse of History has her say as to why the world situation has gone awry. The final poems deal with the difficulties that age may bring to us all - but then, as the philosopher asked, ‘would you have it any other way?’
Extract from Brexit:
Brexit? Brexit! British exit,
What an ugly word!
An ugly word for a stressful time,
Up to now we’ve been doing fine,
Winning concessions from our tussles,
With bureaucracy in Brussels.
But now we want out,
Want to go it alone,
Take back control,
Be responsible for the whole
Shebang! Show that Britain is great,
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