NO!A Poem by Thomas Fitzgerald
A look at the upcoming referendum on the Fiscal treaty in Ireland.
Ah dear little Enda so plump and so red,
Slaps the face of Ireland from Europe's bed,
Vote yes now thick Paddy's and do as your told,
Roaring laughter in the dail sure we knew they would fold.
Piggish Brendan pipes up always at the fore,
If they don't tick the right box I'll stomp on the poor,
What need does a country have for health and for learning,
To hell with the young, long as I'm not left learning.
Never happy our leaders, sure tax all the homes,
The jets must be fuelled so we're free to go roam,
From country to country, drinking vodka and lime,
Getting fatter and fatter on the tax payers dime.
Fiscal treaty, referendum's sure debates are abound,
Greying Vincent on his chair through a screen gather round,
To my Ireland I tell you, I adore and love you so,
Be brave dear voters, tick the box that says no.
© 2012 Thomas Fitzgerald
Wexford, Leinster, Ireland
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