A Lyric Poem For London Aunt's Newly Compact Disc - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
My friend wrote me that his spinster Aunt who lives in London wants some lyrics for her new CD and it should be mostly radical as she likes if it bans then she gets her fame further on.
I row my dinghy in River Thames
And my tiny oars happy with gentle waves.
The British once they boasted;
'The Empire on which the Sun never sets.'
Let it be and we are colonial friends.
The weary Sun drowns in an Ocean corner
Resembles Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill's face in War times
And a far away person who swims upstream
When I see through my Binoculars.
I recognized him certainly he's Mr.Tony Blair
And his butterfly stroke both arms lifted like Election days.
Sorry, I forgot to bring my transparent bikini
Otherwise I could have jumped into the water
And swim together for a better World.
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