Thursday, 30 July 2020

London Epigram 2



Reply in verse.

16 comments:

  1. But if you think the south is dank
    we'll take the circle line to Bank

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    1. The Circle Line's no circle true
      These days it's shaped like a lasso.

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  2. So, where's the bus I hear you ask
    It's over there but you'll need a mask

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    1. But once you're visored, masked and gloved,
      In Pimlico you can be loved.

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    2. So, misery my love, let's go
      And circle back to Pimlico.

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  3. A Robin Reliant is hard to beat,
    When driving at 90 up Knightrider Street.

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    1. Such car-based recklessness appals
      The dean and chapter of St Pauls.

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    2. Little did the driver know it would cost her,
      So much to do a pit stop in the Paternoster.

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    3. It was indeed her final thought
      Smashing into Amen Court.

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    4. ‘Court or caught?’ she wondered gaily,
      Cuffed and rushed to the Old Bailey.

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    5. Where Justice with her scales and sword
      Made sure her licence was restored.

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    6. Scales and sword are fishy plates,
      Did Justice move to Billingsgate?!

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  4. A horticulturist’s resolve must very soon harden,
    When mowing the lawn in Savage Gardens.

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  5. Looking after Granny, I quickly lost her,
    Whilst getting to grips with some old Cockfosters.

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  6. Ladies of the night have little to gain,
    When flaunting their wares on Cold Blow Lane.

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  7. It’s fair to say that in High Barnet,
    A very short haircut is hard to get.

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