This ruddy referendum, really made me mad,
Petty politicians, false facts, libels and lies,
Trying to win over the voters' trust,
And cut the other side down to size.
We had promises after promises,
Threat after threat after threat,
How worried we should all be next,
If we don't do this or that.
Big buses with big slogans,
Emblazoned with contentious claims,
Look at all that lovely lolly,
As long as you don't vote remain.
On the other side the "Fear Factor",
Vote out means recession and ruined,
I half expected Private Fraser,
To tell us all, "We're doomed."
The deed is done, the die now cast,
And a mutinous mood prevails,
The English electorate have had their say,
And taken the wind out of everyone's sails.
Question after question,
What the heck happens now,
Division, divorce and despair,
A new future, but nobody knows how.
The numbers tell a torrid tale,
Of a nation pulled apart,
How on earth do we heal these wounds,
Just where do we start?
The Scots say Stay,
And the English say Go,
The youngsters yell Yes,
And the old say No.
Cameron thought that he would win,
Puzzled pollsters told him so,
Oops, they got that wrong again,
So it's time for him to go.
Let's look forward to the future,
Not much more that we can do,
Just Keep Calm and carry on,
It's now down to me and you.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem