Saturday, 9 May 2015

Song Of The Worms.

       A lot has been said and written about the result of the recent Crooks and Liars competition, the so called general election. All I can say is that I find it strange that the abused south of the border have picked the most brutal of abusers to be their new lord and master. However, I suppose it is all just a matter of degree, since they all dance to the same tune, played by the financial Mafia.

       I'll let Canadian poet Margaret Atwood voice my thoughts.

Song Of The Worms.

We have been underground too long,
we have done our work,
we are many and one,
we remember when we were human
We have lived among roots and stones,
we have sung but no one has listened,
we come into the open air
at night only to love
which disgusts the soles of boots,
their leather strict religion.
We know what a boot looks like
when seen from underneath,
we know the philosophy of boots,
their metaphysic of kicks and ladders.
We are afraid of boots
but contemptuous of the foot that needs them.
Soon we will invade like weeds,
everywhere but slowly;
the captive plants will rebel
with us, fences will topple,
brick walls ripple and fall,
there will be no more boots.
Meanwhile we eat dirt
and sleep; we are waiting
under your feet.
When we say Attack
you will hear nothing
at first.
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  1. My deepest condolences to the people of UK. Thatcher must be laughing in his grave.

    1. 34% voted for the Tories, 66% didn't, they call it democracy, why does the illusion still hold?

    2. You're right. But, with the mass media in their hands, the illusion prevails as the only reality: the reality they impose. The 66% who did not vote Tories is invisible if it remains resigned, if his disagreement is not expressed in the street. As you well know, is not enough to not vote, that 66% has to be heard somehow, otherwise it will be neutralized by the propaganda.
      (Once again, I apologize for my bad English)

    3. This evening saw riots outside 10 Downing Street, some of that 66% are not prepared to be silent.
      By the way, no need to apologise for you English, as it away superior to my non-existent Spanish.