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Tedious Rubbish

I don’t care to watch weddings More especially, Royal weddings I couldn’t care less, about her dress Who made or what’s on her head. Gushing commentators, fawning Pageantry, of the rich, leaves me sick Dreary precious precocious drivel Inflicted on … Continue reading

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Time

Seconds pass in, seemingly pointless, monotony One inexperience, to be followed, by the next Unknowable, inexplicable in its complexity Beyond challenge, reason or justification. There is no appeal to time There are no words that pleading will affect The progress, … Continue reading

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May in December

Like Chamberlain’s dodgy agreement with Hitler With a weak PM vacillating Skating on a fragile future No clear answer to the Irish question Grasping, at absurd incongruities Knowing the world’s waiting to see her fall. Must come up with a … Continue reading

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How Long is a piece of String?

A question that started In Dar Es Salaam Has puzzled us all Since the world began. The question is asked And left dangling there… No answer is offered, It just isn’t fair. If an answer isn’t wanted. Well that’s just … Continue reading

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The Odeboyz* Behemoth Fund

Originally posted on Odeboyz's Blog:
Timing is impossible for making investment decisions in the Stock Market. The recklessly conservative investor takes this as a signal that successful investments can’t be made. They invest in 4% Pensioner Bonds. Fund managers…

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EVENTUALLY, IT COMES TO US ALL.

Rat-A-Tat the door knocker sang The Caretaker, looked concerned Can you come with me I think we have a deaden? Eight thirty, the flats were quiet Where to I asked? – Eighth floor, Was his simple reply -we got to … Continue reading

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The Cafe.

Just round the corner In Hill Street, Hackney Was Frank’s and Ada’s A typical working mans café. All of us were not called By our names – but by our trades Brickey, Chipey, Spread and Plum We all piled in, … Continue reading

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