Your blue blood veins,
red, white, blue stains,
mind closed just like your borders.
Despite the wars,
the foreign and poor,
are given their marching orders.
you just don't see,
is what makes the world so great.
'The futures white, see',
'In good old Blighty',
you bleat as you close the gates.
Let’s build a wall to keep us all
A great big wall 12’ tall
And don’t put in a door
Then pretty soon
They’ll talk about it
On the moon
It will keep us in and keep
Them out and just in case
There’s any doubt
We’ll give ourselves a name
To show we’re not the same
A name with glamour
And with glitz
A name that rhymes with nitwits
**** and *****
Then everyone will sing another tune
We’ll call ourselves the Brits
And our leader will be
Boris the buffoon
Let’s make Britain great again
Let’s go to war with Spain
Or with France
Let’s lead the world a merry dance
When Britannia ruled the waves?
And history was written
And in graves
What are we waiting for?
Let’s go to war
Let’s feed the poor
In killing fields
Like we did before
When we were great
God save the Queen
And the British State.
Hard to fathom how things have got to this depressing and frankly, worrying stage.
I’ll take my cue and talk about waiting
fidgeting, fumbling grumbling
Round the corner
But where would we be without the queue?
keeps us in line
Keep us in order
Where does it go
Does time stop
Winter - farewell?
lease to bring
No: sleep lost
and the hour.
Change as you
may the hands of
watch or clock:
the sundial shadow
A British actor entertained people as Selwyn Froggitt and The Gaffer.
During his 89 years of life, Bill Maynard gave millions the gift of laughter.
He starred in a few episodes of both 'Worzel Gummidge' and 'Heartbeat'.
He starred once in both 'The Ugliest Girl In Town' and 'Coronation Street'.
When he died, it was hard for all of his fans to get a grip.
He died in a hospital not long after falling and breaking his hip.
It was twelve months ago when he passed away.
Sadly, we lost a talented actor one year ago today.
DEDICATED TO BILL MAYNARD (1928-2018) WHO DIED ON MARCH 30, 2018.
When he was born, God gave him a special gift.
He was a British actor who was named Clive Swift.
He starred as Richard Bucket and Roy Bowden in 'Keeping Up Appearances' and 'The Old Guys'.
He was a remarkable actor and it's a **** shame when such a person dies.
Because of the talent God gave to him, he was extraordinary.
Sadly, this great man lost his life on the first day of February.
DEDICATED TO CLIVE SWIFT (1936-2019) WHO DIED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2019.
Ihi yahnh ihi
Dance the calypso
Step to irie nuh ire
Life’s everliving love song
Though mi throat coarse
Mi wi sing fi yuh
Expression through patois, interesting to try and wrte as the language is so beautiful