The revolution won’t be televised, It’s being broadcast on a smartphone, Change can’t be put on hold Regardless if the money That changes hands Doesn’t fold anymore Because the events unfolding Are raw as the footage Follows in the footsteps Of the marginalised Disenfranchised, And the oppressed As the camera keeps rolling From iPhones To … Continue reading Rectangle Revolution.
I’ve got a point to make But my mind keeps drawing blanks Why they keep killing My people from Point blank range We keep talking about change But what’s the point When police keep Killing my people From point blank range Shoot first Accuse later Ask questions last But what’s going through The cop’s mind … Continue reading Point Blank.
All these parties were out Saying trust me Because staying in Was supposed to be so easy So when I voted remain I thought that we could well be in But instead Some of Middle England Got blinded by the lights Brexit left Stage far right Now everyone’s got stage fright Has it come to … Continue reading Little Britain
When the old dies The new tries But fails at the first hurdle Then tries and tries again Until his spirit is broken And he can’t see no light At the end of the tunnel Because old habits Are not dying hard enough Not lying for long enough As the lies he tells himself lie … Continue reading Wilderness
Sun’s out, guns out, Please put your arms away All day sitting in parks Swings and roundabouts until dark Cracking jokes Swilling gin and tonic The sun is my engine My tonic Blazing ‘T-shirt weather in the manor’ Wearing white T’s Blazing on the green Sitting in the park In the manor Manners and morals … Continue reading Lark in the park
A slow roasted shoulder of lamb, Mixed with the herbs and seasonings, With veggies in season, Sitting on a plate, Of joy, My current state of mind, Reminiscing of the times, When I used to watch cartoons, Animated adventures of an animal of some sort, Because I see the lightning, When Lion-O stretches his hand, … Continue reading Happiness