Lawrie Stuart Ronton

Rookie ((1900-1865) / An Industrial City in a shoddily assembled one-floored house.)

Lawrie Stuart Ronton Poems

1. Long Lived In These Regions 10/27/2007
2. I Am The Slotted Man 10/27/2007
3. Ditch 10/27/2007
4. Not A Shocking Myth 10/27/2007
5. The Shocking Tribe 10/27/2007
6. The Crackonix 10/27/2007
7. Free Man 10/28/2007
8. Matyr 11/3/2007
9. A Glass Pool 11/3/2007
10. The Tough Road 11/3/2007
11. Knights Of The Realm, Slain 11/3/2007
12. The Willathoe 11/3/2007
13. A Short Verse 11/3/2007
14. Theives 11/3/2007
15. Seven Horns 11/3/2007
16. Many A Pound 11/3/2007
17. Noise 11/3/2007
18. Large Sin 11/3/2007
19. A Moving Tale 10/27/2007
20. Shortage 10/27/2007
Best Poem of Lawrie Stuart Ronton

Shortage

No food, water or food,
This is a Shortage.
Most dead from starvation,
Some from disorganised pyjamas.

Not folded, creased or pizza.
No house to cook the air.
Right about now some food would be nice,
'I can't' He said, i ate all the rice.

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Not A Shocking Myth

Only the fair few shall perish,
Over five thousand years it reigns,
The mosquito slaying,
Rabid poker champions.

On my depression,
The smiles of elders,
Spark off a cooling mist,
Not the tail arises.

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