Badged In Dishonour

SUVs and Land Rovers in blackAre always the most aggressiveTwats Accelerating towards you for no reason at allImparting all that momentum to their precious tons of metal They expect you to move out of the way by defaultIn situations where you have right of wayAnd when you don't, you hold your lineThey're forced to dart … Continue reading Badged In Dishonour

Oven Of ’22

Bloody hellIt's hotThe great 'oven' of '22 I won't lieI've always found extreme weather excitingEven though obviously undesirable;I think we all feel that with things like thunderstorms But at least today you can't use the typical British qualifierOf unbearable humidity, making it hotter;The air's dry as a desert; Out of the sun, it's still bearableBut … Continue reading Oven Of ’22

Problem-Solving The Drain With Metacognition

I unblocked the drain! That's one of the issues fixed. I said I'd fixed it before but only temporarily it turned out. Running the new washing machine seemed to have blocked it up completely. When at the supermarket looking for more vinegar I came across 'drain cleaner'. See this is how my brain works. I … Continue reading Problem-Solving The Drain With Metacognition

‘Guilty’ Is Such A Loaded Term

Minister for schoolsDenies eating live babyOn Breakfast TV The government minister for schools has denied eating a live baby live on BBC Breakfast TV. Live, on Breakfast TVAn actual government ministerHas denied eating an actual live babyLiveOn Breakfast TV; We take accusations of this nature very seriouslyThe matter will be thoroughly investigated internally It is … Continue reading ‘Guilty’ Is Such A Loaded Term

Transitory

He watched the moonPass across its faceExisting freely in space for a moment, far above the Earth's surfaceHe saw another shot at life; But you let those forces perturb youSapping your energyDisrupting the firmamentThe noise and the confusion were just too much! The world was never good enoughMaybe a privileged fabricationFor the rich detritus of … Continue reading Transitory

A Time For Protest

It's the first summer Jubilee evening,And there's lots of people about, But I'm sitting here at home,Just hoping,It chucks it down all weekend; There has never been a better time,To be angry at the rich, powerful and privileged,Abusers, narcissists, taking us for fools,All the while thinking they're untouchable; One can only hope,That it's a total … Continue reading A Time For Protest

I Will Tell You What You Are

You're too middle classYou've been to universityYou don't look or sound like someone in need You're a dodgy benefits scroungerYou're not even employedYou'll trash the place before I can say 'cunt' Society is perceived to be made up of rigid caricaturesAnd you're expected to fit into exactly one of them at any given timeRegardless of … Continue reading I Will Tell You What You Are