Poetry Blogs (Prime Ministers)

Prime Ministers (Remove filter)

Popular last 30 days

Lord, Lord, how this world is given to lying!

Falstaff: 'Henry IV, Part 1' act 5, sc. 4

 

There is a man

Who would be a king. This is such stuff

As past dreams would make his many morrows

That he, Princeling, may strut upon life's stage

As one with pride.

 

Yet this is a man

Who must know a past. That is the stage

As present nightmare on which he played so sad a part

That he, Pretender, needs now attend our co...

Read and leave comments (1)

BrexitConservativesgovernanceliesparty leaderPrime Ministerstrust

Broken

Broken

it is all bleak broken; half-hell-heard House, blight blasted, a

sound spoke maelstrom where we see no substance swirling over heads

and hearts unheard - untending - unending obstacles to speech where

he, bright-tied bright-eyed, oversees the game's communication farce fail

debate: debate dire-drowning in the noise.

 

Order!

 

Broken

it is all blame blighted; w...

Read and leave comments (0)

BrexitdemocracyEUEuropegovernmentparliamentPrime MinistersSpeakerUK

UK Prime Ministers

Prime Ministers Walpole, Compton, Pelham read this from a book
P-Holles, Cavendish, Stuart, Greville, and Wentworth take a look

Pitt, Fitzroy, North, Petty, Bentinck makes you think
Perceval, Jenkinson Pitt younger I think I need that drink

Addington, Grenville, Canning, Robinson, Wellesley nowhere done
Grey, Lamb, and Peel, Russell reciting this for fun

Stanley, Gordon, Temple,...

Read and leave comments (0)

Prime Ministers

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Find out more Hide this message