Saturday, 24 September 2011


Man returns
Home to flat
To toasty make
To make him fat
For cheese and bread
Are oh so good
And mixed with butter
Who on Earth
Would not consume
Such a meal
Free of legume
To hunger chase
From one's rented room?

Clearly, the toasty of which man speaks, is paramount to his existence, and the fortitude of the existence of bread and cheese is a blessing beyond comprehension.

Sunday, 18 September 2011

Ginger Beer

Ginger beer
Don't feel the fear
Of the burn
For Levi Roots
Tastes oh so good
But fiery taint
In man's mouth, quaint
Does not remain
For he refrained
From purchasing
A stronger tasting
Ginger beer

Wednesday, 14 September 2011


Spaghetti he eats
To off, hunger keep
Warding dissatisfaction
From life's interaction
By avoiding profusely
A cold bowl of muesli

This verse pays homage to the freedom of choice which prevails in western democracy. Whilst segments of the world, and vast at that, rely on necessity alone, the focus of this verse is presented with a plethora of choices: spaghetti, ultimately, over-ruling muesli.

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Break The Fast

Man sits down
To coffee drink
And denies sleep
As he rests on the brink
But what, does not
The cup contain
From which
He never can refrain
The ineptitude of his consumption
Burdens his mind
Like life's resumption

Clearly, man's dependence on caffeine is a an undying aspect of his existence. The only question which remains, is whether his consumption is a necessary trait of his lifestyle, or a malignant parasite of his being; consuming his financial assets without his full moral consent.