J.I. Stuart

Re: Ruth Kelly Mp Versus Softie - Poem by J.I. Stuart

my prospects r soft
the last forteen years waisted
wot i achieve is useless
all crap 4 job givers

Media Studies is fascinating:
It is unequivocally my personal favourite;
Performing Arts brings about constant equanimity;
The plethora of information gained in Sociology –
It truly is non-sexually erogenous!

wot good is politix
wot good is history
i dont care about atoms and irons
wot does DT stand for is it deadend trade
shood be called POINTLESS insted

Listen up, Kelly & Co. (Daily Mail journalists included)
My subjects are ‘soft’ only to the weak-minded
How can you say they are ‘soft’?
Have you ever tried them?
Office suits, ties, and shiny shoes
Indicates nothing but middle-class views
I invite you to take my exams
Plan and conduct my coursework
Achieve my goals
Lets face it – you wouldn’t last a day.

So leave me and my ‘softness’ alone
Get back to your Courvoisier or I shall coup d’état
I’m happy.

Yours truly,


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Comments about Re: Ruth Kelly Mp Versus Softie by J.I. Stuart

  • (7/1/2005 1:19:00 PM)

    WhooHoo! ! ! ! Somebody said it! These counselors, Interviewers and the lot of them have no idea what they are talking about when it comes taking any kind of college course. Keep studying whatever you want! Good Job! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 1, 2005

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