London Olympics.




If you’d hold insanity at bay,
You should from London stay away,
For when travelling on the trains,
You will suffer pains,
As the voices will at you shout,
And your spirit knock about.

On the underground,
Pain does as well abound,
As voices shout and shout,
And knock a brain about.
On escalators, platforms and in trains,
There are tremendous pains,
As the voices shout and shout,
And knock a brain about.

They say they are London buses cursed,
And they may be the worst,
The shouting voices at you nag,
And your every thought do snag,

Though on the Croydon Tram Link,
Passengers of misery can drink,
As every second voices shout and shout,
And a spirit knock about.

So if you at Olympic time would play,
You should from London stay away.
Or you will suffer awful stress,
Which will of your spirit make a mess,
And you may also lose the power to hear,
All the sounds which you hold dear.

---May 29, 2009---

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