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An Election Poem

Won’t you join our Common Cause?”
Said the spider to the fly,
It really is a winner, and the cost is not too high,
Well, Diane Abbot said so, but she hasn’t got a clue,
We want you in, my friends and I as we have plans for you.

We have a magic money tree to help us all the way,
But It will be the middle classes who really have to pay,
It’s the modern way of doing things to create a greater debt
Big business will be stumping up, but they don’t know it yet!

And if you think we’ll leave our Continental cousins far behind
That isn’t so, we plan to stay, that’s what we have in mind
We’ll cosy up to Juncker, Merkel and Macron
We’ll make a deal that suits them all, it just goes on and on

And as for the unions, we’ll just hand back control
Remember well the seventies and people on the dole?
The power cuts, the three day week, it could all return
But never mind, because the people never, ever learn.
No, they never learn!

 

Credit due to the unknown author of ‘”Won’t You Join Our Comment Market?” Said the Spider to the Fly’

About Sheila C Wright

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Sheila C Wright describes herself as an observer and commentator on life, an unashamed non-academic with a genetic predisposition for politics, history, art and classical music. The last 24 years of her working life were consumed by the administration of Powerboat Racing as part of the secretariat of a well-known national authority governing a plethora of water sports within the UK. A former “southerner”, with a one-time peripatetic lifestyle, she is now retired and lives in……………………. comfort (somewhere else).

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