MONDAY MARCH 2013

 reflect

Monday, March, 2013

 

Monday, March, 2013,

this is my report on the times;

Fuckwits on Facebook

are boasting and posting

their pointless and inane crimes.

In Beijing the citizens try not to breathe

the city’s poisonous atmosphere,

but, on a positive note,

Mining Companies have expressed an interest

in extracting the airs mineral content.

 

Meanwhile, closer to home,

all the politicians in my country

seem to speak a language

with which I’m unfamiliar,

though I recognise most of the words.

But it’s their angry grating voices

that I hate the most

strident, hectoring and hate-filled,

it’s getting so I can’t stand

to turn on the radio.

 

On a personal level I have uncovered,

a monstrous family intrigue

to disinherit me and leave me

poverty stricken & homeless in my old age.

Nevertheless,

I continue to write poems

of great beauty

and no commercial worth.

 

Healthwise, I need specialist medical treatment,

so I’m glad I live in a country

with a Public Hospital system,

even if I am on a waiting list

with no discernable Event Horizon.

 

Well, I could go on,

but then people start complaining

about my “negative attitude”.

So let me just say this;

It’s been a Long March this Year,

and a hard one.

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Well, after that grim report lets cheer up the mood with Squareys Easter adventure. Plus a gratis extra contribution from the Reverends daughter. Enjoy

Bunny jpig

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and from the reverends daughter..

and from the reverends daughter..

***

!!!!!!

The Reverend Hellfire is a recovering Performance Poet and an ordained Minister of the Church of Spiritual Humanists AND the Church of the Universe.

He’s basically harmless.

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~ by reverendhellfire on March 31, 2013.

6 Responses to “MONDAY MARCH 2013”

  1. Some people say, ‘Life is a bitch and then you die’. I say, ‘Into each life some rain must fall, but hardly any has fallen in mine.’ Is it simply luck?

  2. I think Bette Davis hit the nail on the head with “old age aint for sissies”

  3. In reference to your “poems of great beauty and no commercial worth”, isn’t beautiful better?

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