ivor or ivor.e hogg
Power To The People For M 'Lady Ernestine - Poem by ivor or ivor.e hogg
In single file the pylons stride
across the open countryside.
They bear their burden easily
Those thin black lines against the sky
may not be easy on the eye
But we have grown accustomed to
man made intrusions on the view.
Demand for power overrides
the views of the opposing sides
The pylons are unfortunately
an absolute necessity
Which we accept reluctantly
we all need electricity.
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