If you are ill the nurses have no gowns
The doctors neither, nor a dressing gown
Don’t let them borrow yours ,all’s upside down
We can’t have naked people in the town
The government will rue this nudity
When Boris Johnson flies into a tree
We’ll see his valorous organ on TV
Whatever can the matter really be?
Why can’t the textile trade make us nighties
On the NHS most stuff is free
The towel laid across your aching knee
My BT Hub is dying can’t they see?
Oh, I feel shame I live in Sodom here
Gomarrah can’t be far behind,don’t leer
Oh,Emile got up, he yawned he stretched
It was cat pandiculation
For cats get stiff and cats get tense
But they won’t write no dissertations
Emile called to Stan and Stan got up
Stan made tea and fed his cat
Mary came and she saw Stan
Oh, a manifestation?
Are you real,she , called to him
I like your cheek, her husband shouts
Show me your appreciation
Where is that, his dear wife said
Does it dwell under my apron?
Well,Leonard Cohen has mentioned this
I’m damned by my own veneration
Oh,Stan get up and get some gin
This is pure excruciation
Calm down,Mary.I am back
This is a mere notification
I have got myself another man
What a pestification
Does he sleep by you in bed at night
There may be an evacuation
Don’t be rude, we both thought you had gone
I’ ll drown in my own perspiration
I feel such shame at seeing these men
It’s torment and it’s tribulation
The doctor told me you were dead
Is it conspirification?
Send a code to my android phone
That will verify my restoration
My own photo
Origin of ‘Essential’
Essential has been part of English since the 14th century, and may be traced to the Latin word for essence (essentia). The earliest sense of the word in English was, unsurprisingly, strongly connected to its Latin origin; essential first meant “of, relating to, or constituting essence”. The common modern use (“of the utmost importance”) began to be used in the 16th century.
Words for “Not Essential”
Nonessential, unessential, and inessential appear to have entered use in the first half of the 17th century; all of these words in early use carried the meaning npt essential
The geese no longer fly past at sundown
They’re eaten by the “immigrants” folks say
Who also kill and murder every day
The English are so perfect in my town
That man is not an alien though he’s brown
He was born in Bradford near the mills
His parents worked there till it made them ill
And now he is a graduate with a gown
My ancestors came to fight and to invade
They killed the men and made the women wives
What chance that some few English might survive
Are they now on benefits or aid?
The nesting swans have killed or maimed the geese
In their natural world ain’t no police
After hail and storms I see the snails
On the rubber doormat and the stones
Encrusted shells the blind might read as braille
The shell made to protect is very frail
I trod on several, cracks like breaking bones
After heavy rain I see the snails
The lion whose fire and strength will never fail
The sea creatures so large , they look like drones
Compare them to the perfect broken snail
In the Bible read the warning tales
Temptation,,murder, envy, honeycombs
God our Lord a lion or a snail?
Come to that, how can God be a male?
How can God approve the gold of Rome?
She is a perfect sacred sweet shelled snail
On the beach are empty shells, washed foam
Abandoned. they survive their use as homes
After storm and tempest ,here are snails
Encrusted shells their decor and their grace