Poem to Byers, Hoon, and Hewitt
March 23, 2010 Leave a comment
Byers, Hoon, and Hewitt,
a retraction they did not pursue it,
I say cover them in suet,
cover and bake then chew it (metaphorically speaking, I think).
Hewitt, Byers, Hoon,
dropped by whip as soon
as possible, thank the moon
and stars we don’t don’t pelt at them with spoons.
Hewitt, Hoon, and Byers,
unleash the labour pliers,
dangle them over hot fires,
and apply them to their bottoms.
Take away from them the whip,
for their labours are a jip,
for a new left society and state,
labour must toss away dead weight.