Jacob Brailsford

(Yorkshire)

A Poster I Have Seen


Monday night 7PM
The Revolutionary ideas of Leon Trostsky
in student mansions floor

Hear middle class kids tell of their poverties -
hart stricken
Stains from harrods

And the Ideals of why every Socialist
is a part time lay about

Ode to a thief
Ode to a light fingered car salesman
still birthed all these years

How big the prick of the president
Stuck in the ear of every cabinet minister

Ginsberg was write
Beats has clean azzholes

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013

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