Mine, and occasionally others'.
It didn't go right for the right
Which left the left
Laughing but left the right bereft
So when the left left
The right put it right
By writing a new rule to remove left members' rights
So that people who'd joined had actually left
Which left things right again, right?
Venue: Forest Tavern , 173 Forest Lane, London E7
Janine performs a full set of poetry, on a bill that also features poet Abe Gibson and open mic slots.
Closed London Underground lines
Look back in Ongar
pic: Ongar station
Venue: Mugen Tea House, Scotland Street, S3 7AA Sheffield
A night of poetry and entertainment provided by neuroatypical performers - plus the Yorkshire launch of a new book, 'Autism Equality in the Workplace'.
Nowhere sells glue sticks
On a Sunday afternoon
Son's dressing up, he looks pretty in pink
Dad's in the kitchen, his arms in the sink
Daughter's out fixing the car with her tools
Mum's on the picket line, breaking the rules
On the occasion of the 2016 FA Cup final between Manchester United and Crystal Palace:
Who to cheer today at Wembley's meeting?
One club sent us down with flukes and cheating
The other's filthy rich and so elitist
My position? Revolutionary defeatist
An acrostic poem (ie. the first letters of each line spell out the theme word):
Ring the AA, I need roadside recovery
Ever since the last services, I've been craving like buggery
Carling is calling - I'm sweating like a sauna
Off-licences are dealers on every corner
Very important you come right away
Emergency service that's here come what may
Recite me a mantra, the steps that I've been on
You're among friends now - a hard shoulder to lean on