And onto today’s climate forecast,
where we can expect to see a prolonged spell of inaction,
interspersed with patches of hazy promises
across many areas.
Over Westminster and other centres of government,
a build-up of hot air will cause inactivity
to soar to record levels over the coming days,
in spite of the high pressure.
Elsewhere, a front of chronic misinformation
will sweep in from the east,
bringing with it a band of climate change deniers
and the chance of scattered falsehoods,
while powerful gusts of idiocy and ignorance
look set to blow across social media.
Outbreaks of ‘We just got on with it in 1976’
and ‘It’s called the British summer, mate’ are likely.
In summary: unsettling.
I write you poems
and send you flowers
you give me hailstones
e r s
Phew, what a scorcher,
this weather is torture.
This weather’s so cold,
I can’t get a hold.
It’s driving me wild
this weather’s too mild.
the day it rained
cats and dogs
you spent your time
and trying not to step
in the poodles.
Tom and Helen drifted apart
given that Tom was a broken twig,
Helen a fallen leaf,
and the day