E.U.’s Clerihews

Here’s what a clerihew is:

A poem four lines long. The first and second lines rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth lines rhyme with each other. The first line names a person, and the second line ends with something that rhymes with the name of the person. A clerihew should be funny.


Teresa May

to Brexit said nay

but now she can’t wait

to negotiate.


Merkel and Junkers

believe we are plonkers

not to remain

on the gravy train.


In Nicola Sturgeon

new ideas burgeon:

she wants to call

a new E.U. poll.


Unlike Jacob Rees-Mogg

we are all in a fog.

He does firmly believe

that we must leave.


© Luigi Pagano


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Excellent Luigi! I think we’re heading for a civil war, N.Ireland, Scotland, London vs England and Wales! The EU pamps don’t think we’re going to leave at all, staying under the Franco-German dictatorship being the best one of a list of only totally unacceptable options if we all want to stay super rich! All Cleri boo-hoo-hoos also! Did you know elongated Jacob Reese-Mogg was the star of my “Garbage Disposal”, looked like Eric Pickles before the experiment! Hahaha! Political figures are a goldmine for Clerihews, “funny” is a given! More coming tomorrow I see. Actually, I’m a great fan of… Read more »

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