A Lesson of History; Those who write for the People will survive any Government.

ExhibitOne

Some Writing to Remember.

A Legacy that May hath made of naught.

No man or woman doth feel the stirring of their Nation
Nor do they rise to the call of a Leadership.
For Downing Street be entombed in a past that it be not their future.
Prime Minister May each promise a rust of deceit a power to grasp
The steps of hollowed pride now darkened by the stain of hypocrisy.
Once a Remain till the greed of Power blinded a logic
A crown May so desired that a Nation’s fortune she set aside
A Europe so easily swept away instead a selfish ambition grasped.
No Pride displayed, only a willingness for any way to bend.
Like Lords and Masters Europe did demand
That a once proud people say Yay to each new command
The People from mine to steel too weary of the Political bent
Unaware of the Wolves they be thrown to
Be it Social or Economic expense
They raise no voice they march no step
They too blinded by a compensation of lies.
The pavements of London no longer of Gold
Only wretched of policies failed now for all the World to see.
Where be that once proud Englishman and woman?
May through stealth and a spin of words
Has taken that which was once our Pride
‘A life to lead and a lead to make’
Now who do we lead?
Only ourselves into an oblivion which hath no end.
Desmond Last February 2018


 

A message for the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Governments must protect Human Rights not abuse them.

We the People are the United. 
We are the Nations.
Many are the suffering. 
We have allowed our destiny to become a shackle,
Our democracy to become a trade,
Our fears to become a prison to our expectations
Our hopes to become a barter to the reality of poverty
Human rights abuse the rate of exchange
The World is of us all
God is for each of us
We must never cease to make it so.

Desmond Last 2017


 

A Message to President Trump of the United States of America.

At times be too loud they say

But never loud enough

For those who yearn to silence thee

A need for you to bellow

For you have become the most unlikely of person

‘The champion of the People’

For too long now

 Corporation Government hath been a wall of indifference

 Its own importance

trampling the needs of the people

A desire for work both present and future

Yet Corporation Government deaf to them all

The homes they took

The cars factories they sold

The jobs they traded

The countries  they played

At you they laughed

A serious mistake they made

Still not understanding it is the People you are.

The News it lies

Itself bought and sold

By the Corporation Government

Now with rising malice

Corporation Wolves do stir

But never fear Mr President

For the People

Are with you always.

Desmond Last Sydney 11918.