Category Archives: Werse

The fulcrum.

Sooner or later, with any dictator, It comes down to a hole in the ground. When you’re crouching there, praying Can you hear the pack baying Or your breath and the worms all around? You  may reflect on your deeds … Continue reading

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Rockmen.

On the surface of a giant rock Hurtling through space There crawl the tiny parasites They call the human race. From the dawn of man To modern times No peoples are complete Without including in their culture The rocks beneath … Continue reading

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Happy Solstice.

Happy solstice, gentle reader, As the world turns so do we. The season makes a new beginning And the change will set us free. Happy solstice, leave behind you All the dark things of the past One last look at … Continue reading

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Touching on the Queen.

No one can ever cuddle the Queen It’s really quite a shame. If you gave her a shove They’d take off your glove And hurl it down a drain. Wrap bodily parts around the monarch If you want the third … Continue reading

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Multiversatility.

Among the gas Between the stars There might be lots of chocolate bars Or aliens in big chrome cars But we shall never know. Each evening with a massive grin Stephen Hawking leaned right in And gave the universe a … Continue reading

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