Put it

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

It may be a million strong on the streets of London with four million more signing in their absence across a petition -it will never be let to speak because The Deaf are in charge of your future and we The Muted are too loud for them to bear with open windows up Downing Street...


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Despair

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

There’s bull in the china shop and bullshit in the air – there’s a crash of metaphors as Britain despairs – Parliament’s members throw stones in the house – whilst Farage smirks broadly as they bring home his cows – Johnson – in his jodhpurs – readies his horse – the reins will be passed...


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Dear Nanny

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

Dear Nanny,

You taught me so very much - like
the fact that the plebs are far too rough:

'..Only to be touched during buggery,
and then wear a rubber to avoid disease.' .../


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Hyde Road, Manchester

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

Malpas Street was assailed
in a sustained assault -
once the Neo-Liberals
took this city and the port .../


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Bus-olitics

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

Tories on Twitter
are all in the shit
now split assunder
over #Brexit ..


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Theresa’s Lament

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

Sympathy,
Sympathy,
They've all got it in for me..


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#CPC17

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

Tossers, tossers,
tossers in suits,
groomed to an inch
of their Tory blue roots..


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Posh-born

By Mike Bell Poetry No comments

You can judge a man
By the width of his smirk,
Revealing, briefly,
His mind at work:


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