Malaysian students raised on BBC
Fables of eternal stately homes
Tidy village greens, leather on willow
Regency costumes and croquet
Were astonished to find no one
Riding horses, twanging lutes or
Reading the Book of Common Prayer
In their malodorous Bradford slum
And even more surprised to find
Grey lunar rows of satellite dishes
Track-suited, feral drug de...
Sunday 20th September 2020 4:48 pm
“Got 10p for a cup of tea?”
“If you show us where you can get one for that price,
I'll give you a quid”
He never did...
Lonely and irksome.
The bitter glow of jaundice
tears at society's rustic chains,
one tragedy at a time.
“The Freemasons took my children,
they took my baby.”
Now she's hopping magic buses,
Thursday 4th April 2013 9:41 pm