The padlocked portion of a public park
English social metaphor stark
governed by greed for the corporate heart dark,
profit-powered piston pummeling people with poverty’s mark.

Hailing from watered noble line
often come the few, who shine
with other’s light, drained from their hearts
power glutton policy pillaging Britain’s parts.

from the people, from the public press.
now, seething, slaving in hateful distress,
at notions gallivanting gent’s club goons in grey and white
champion to drain good men for their delight.

toiling for soul soiling bigot bosses
struggling and suffering, enduring fool losses
thrust upon them by their slaver’s fool stories
good men, the rest, the slavers, Tories.

British Social Metaphor

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