Good morning everyone! This week I’d like to welcome a good friend of mine, Audrey “Stormy” Haney’s poem Posh and British. Before we get started, let’s get to know her a little more.
About the Poet:
Audrey Stormy Haney Is a English artist and poet and is according to her fans ‘delightfully bonkers’ so she strives to write delightfully bonkers poetry. Her work has be published in a selection of paperbacks, E-zines, magazines and online blogs.
Two of her paintings were used by American Author CP Bialois (Skeleton Key and The Sword and the Flame: The Forging).
Posh and British by Audrey Haney
Some do feel anxiety in the British society
to be one of high class don’t you know.
But learning is simple, and just like a pimple
when you get it, it will never then go.
One must start pursuing to learn about queuing
in an act of being patient and true.
One must push forward, it’s never straightforward
to jump in the front of the queue.
Have manners when speaking but never with shrieking
remember to speak softly but strong.
For classes inferior you must be superior
and point out the times they speak wrong.
You must talk about Weather in a group altogether
and always must utter these words.
‘oh nature is teasing thus always displeasing
this rain I must say is quite absurd!’
Stand up for Nobility with mental ability
to learn ‘God save the Queen’ harmony.
There should be provision, for the upmost decision
to know when to sing out of key.
Remember on Sundays and never on Mondays
is the time to wash cars in your care.
There is no misdemeanour to hire a cleaner
and watch the lass clean from your chair.
You will find it quite tiring, with all the staff hiring
to gather sometime when you’re bored.
A foreign vacation and some nice recreation
then you moan about those from abroad.
Awesome poem, Stormy! For those insterested in reading more of Audrey’s poems, please click on the link below. If you’re interested, or know someone who would like to befeatured here, please send me an emial at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you all so much for stopping by. 🙂
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