John-Paul Flintoff


Poems for subscribers to What If The Queen Should Die?
After the manner of Alexander Pope
(who appears as a character in the novel),
but sincerely meant by JP Flintoff

To O.B.
We halted, muddled, made mistakes, felt stuck,
Defeated, slapped our brows, and prayed for luck:
Now willingly we flood to you, Octavius,
And you, with light and wit, enslavius.
Too long did Dullness squat on humankind,
Until you launched your Gym to tune the Mind.

28 Nov 2014

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