Every Time I see a four letter word I add another letter
Oh,fluck the Men are here where is my frock?
Oh fluck, why not shriek English
What creap for dinnrr
He writes too much cramp for me
You tweat, you broke my heart
You twist my swords
What shirt you speak at home
You are shifty
Blondy hell,Africa is me
I am damed if I will swear
Where did the count go ?
The beast one.
You are e-vile
You are e-book
How can I love a man with rough white beard
Unless He lets me trim it with my shears
My own body hair has disappeared
Though on my chin two hairs appear
Neither màle nor female we shed years
No-one loves the old nor dries their tears
Their skin flakes off their ears can’t hear
Their eyes have shrunk they seem to leer
Forgive us Lord and help us steer
For in the darkest places you are near
The demented people cry like dark wild wolves
Eery as a shark might be in Hull
When the Humber Ferry is half full
A shark slides on and makes the vessel bulge
It’s very cold in winter on that sea
So much water bythere and yet no tea.
Demented by the worry of misrule
Every Briton now asks for more gruel
I will take everything personally
I will interpret all events in the worst way
I will never look on the. bright side
I will show the doctors I know more than they do.
I will refuse to wear backless gowns for procedures on my front.And vice versa.
I will prove stronger than most anaesthesics but feel no pain
I will likely see hallucinations and become crazy but only for an hour at most
I will recover faster than the speed of light
An old bunch of flowers floats down the river
A cat watches from the bank, its claws milk the grass
The sun is shining
I wish I were with worms beneath the ground
Nobmore to to suffer
Why should a carer paid so little care?
They can be as wicked. as they dare.
Would you volunteer to clean our bums
No longer babes the future is to no fun
I forged my life myself and I was sent down
With sentences and bags of verbs and nouns.
Thus it was I found my study brown
I dwelt inside,my forgery was renowned
Mary decided to phone the Samaritans as she got very depressed reading the News
She rang 116123
Eventually a voice said
What can I do for you ?
Mary cried: probably nothing
She hung up
Emile was añgry
I wanted to hear you talking about your problems
Well I may tell you later.Mary murmured blushing.
And so are all of us.
I shall fill the river Lea with tears
Washing out the shadows of my fears
Panic hit me like a heavy blow
Where I go to nobody can know