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Artillery Poetry

The 2nd Royal Guards Artillery (Poetry Division) return from afar with inspiration and bad poetry. They conclude there short sentence with period. All poems should be read out loud to the accompaniment of the sound of distant explosions and screams.

The Everyday Situation


Separated by sixteen different fruit juices,
That'll stop you,
Come in here wearing that will you?,
For christ's sake leave me alone.

Written by the 2nd Royal Guards Artillery (Poetry Division).


Long Term Memory Problems

I once viewed a cloud through the small,
wound or hole, left by bullet,
In the top of my head,
A cloud, the size of Iris,
Who's dead,
I can't remember, I think,I dun..
Erm.
Some say, erm,
The hole thing, head-top? right
Not good.They reckon.
Dunno

Written by the 2nd Royal Guards Artillery (Poetry Division).


Rebecca blows Donkey
with Honky-Tonk rhythm

Ohhhhhhh.
Rebbecca blows donkey,
She blows donkey,
She blows donkey.
Rebecca,
She blows donkey.

Written by the 2nd Royal Guards Artillery (Poetry Division).

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