DAY TWENTY-ONE – Tom Kelly

‘I had a dream’  

Thursday May 7th 2015

There was no room for bedroom tax
There was no more bring hanging back.

There was no Cameron feted
There was no get back to basics.

There was no more ‘Benefit Street’
There was no us and the elite.

There was no more smug Eton Boys
There was no political ploys.

There was no Tory shrill laughter
There was no fiscal disaster.

There was no more Zero Hours
There was no more of this shower.

 

 

 

Tom Kelly is a Tyneside playwright and poet with seven poetry collections and is working on his eighth for the wonderful Red Squirrel Press. His most recent collection is I KNOW THEIR FOOTSTEPS.

 

 

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