To­day’s poem

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I want our great king­dom to be re­united, I don’t want it riven apart. I want all the ran­cour (which is un­in­vited) To cease, and a good time to start. I want politi­cians to stop their com­plain­ing, To seek, and to find, a way through. And whether you favour exit or re­main­ing, Keep calm and de­cide what to do. Stop all the bit­ter­ness, sort out a so­lu­tion, Speak to each other, be fair. Then as the anger finds diminu­tion, Maybe the right an­swer is there. To all politi­cians in our lovely coun­try Let’s say ‘Please slow down and unite, Stop all the wran­gling, cease the ef­fron­tery, Try to de­cide what is right.’ (I sug­gest you stop look­ing at all so­cial me­dia Which doesn’t sound so­cial to me, And maybe start read­ing an en­cy­clopae­dia, The words are much bet­ter, you’ll see). Most peo­ple are tired of in­tense ag­gra­va­tion And many MPs are as well, So please think first of all of our won­der­ful na­tion — And do not con­sign it to hell!

Jill Run­dle, Oun­dle, Cambs.

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