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when all lies burning

when all lies burning will those who sold our country still wave their receipts? trump will come again to wade through the cold ashes of british conceit weigh anchor, europe! the british ship sails no more save to the locker … Continue reading

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Definition of Irony

From BBC News, quoting The Times: [Mrs May] said: “The SNP is trying to force the UK government to agree to something that is fundamentally unfair to the Scottish people. “It wants to ask them to make a crucial decision … Continue reading

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unsleeping leopardess – majestic imagination

Orlando rainbow tears in sunshine in lieu of tears sunshine in place of sunshine tears Writing I write about sex and readers avert their eyes assuming the words they say, don’t buy screw-cap wine corks promise real quality available soon … Continue reading

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Vote Leave!

“O husband, dear, I tire of you I yearn for someone new To cast aside all rules and care And find adventure true.” “Sweet wife, we’ve built a family And calmed ancestral rage Side by side we’ve weathered this Too … Continue reading

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Brits choose to live in interesting times

There was a small island called Britain Which with dreams of great riches was smitten The lawyers all smiled As paperwork piled And the constitution was rewritten

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The Gull-Kings

“The Channel isn’t deep enough,” the raucous Gull-Kings cried “We need to dig a deeper trench to keep them on their side “Their interference far too long has muddied all our ways A simple life we’ll have without their bureaucratic … Continue reading

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