A rooster in a baseball cap took the prime minister ship The cap makes him likeable – or so we’re meant to think A ‘fair go’ he declares, as he pins a reminder to his lapel And fair means white, as far as I can tell. And male, just to be clear, for women are … More A rooster in a baseball cap
I wrote a book, Take a look, It may just change your life! I wrote a book Take a look Do it for your wife! I wrote a book Take a look And tell your friends when up the duff I wrote a book Take a look It’s about birthing stuff!
They say you can’t predict your death. But it will happen. Most of us hope for a peaceful death…the best that you can hope for is to die in your sleep. Every honest gambler knows…the game’s ending may not be known, the way it will play out is out of our control. But you can … More Advanced Care Directive – for Birth
Ode to the Peach Blossom, on the peach tree, Which surprised us all when it grew independently, A seed in the compost, was our only contribution, It was nature and your strength that took you to fruition. The Wattle blossom brings us hope, winter has now ended The hibernation ceases, the time … More Spring
“It seems very pretty,” she said when she had finished it, “but it’s rather hard to understand!” (You see she didn’t like to confess, even to herself, that she couldn’t make it out at all.) “Somehow it seems to fill my head with ideas—only I don’t exactly know what they are! However, somebody killed something: that’s clear, at any rate.” … More The whataboutery
What a funny thing is the Nip Slip Has everyone rushing to blip It only applies to females And causes such wails Making the crowd minds flip
Am I anti, or am I pro, and how is it that I Know, What is wrong and what is right, and why must it be a fight? I make a choice for myself leaving alternatives on the shelf They remain a choice, though not mine And for others may be fine. But are there … More choice and determination