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Mrs Baylock

Dec 21, 2012
I am a new poster who has spent a wee while observing some of the comings & goings on this site & it appears that we are a diverse bunch who are receptive to many topics & discussions. In order to address my own previous misdeamenours as the evil nanny in The Omen I have turned my hand to poetry & here is my first & possibly last effort . It's probably about Christmas more about it's over commercialism with a spot of modern apathy thrown in. It is not meant as a religious statement as I assure you I have left that anti-christ business behind me. Here Goes - Ahem.

If Jesus were alive today - he'd probably be on his PS3
Or Facebook or on I-player , catching up with the BBC,
His message would be lost for now in the communications chatter,
He'd prob'ly be dismissed in a tabloid as another trolling nutter.

The legacy of Christmas died a century ago,
When prophesy and faith were swapped for Ho, Ho , Ho.
A climate of Austerity , Uncertainty and fear,
Our destiny in our own hands,
So where do we go from here?

That's it.

Thank you.