Tory Rhetoric, Translated (Poetry Form 72: Nonnet)

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May 24, 2012 by Sez

I’ve been walking around thinking a nonnet was a nine line version of a sonnet. I was wrong.
It’s actually a nine line reverse ethere (see form 30)

Credit to Ollie Francis whose idea of using poetry to riff on the Tory “mess we inherited from Labour” broken record I’m totally stealing for a second time!
This is what Cameron, Osborne and the rest are really thinking.

The problems that we inherited
From the previous government
In this financial crisis
Have, it must be stated
Enabled us to
Get away with
Whatever
We want!
Wheee!

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