Poetry Blog by David Lindsay
Philip Beverley on The Trouble With Tribbles (Sat, 17 Nov 2018 05:28 pm)
As the Roman Empire dwindled
And left us on our own
Were our ancestors befuddled
As they waved them off to Rome?
Could the darkness that resulted
Have been a happier kind of caper
If those left behind had been more kind
And not hoarded toilet paper?
When William the Conqueror
Brought his army to our shore
Poor Harold tried before he died
And who could ask a bloke for more?
Did his sol...
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