When London Finally Gave In and Started to Love
When LondonFinally Gave In and Started to Love the fantastic performance poet Ernie Burns has penned his poems in a book, so we can carry him around in our pockets! This collection is a superb distillation of five years of his writing; full of what Ernie writes best about, the heart! It’s texts are grubby with the sardonic soot of London’s glaucous city smog and an absolute spark of a poem entitled ‘Little Ember’ scatters light upon the cobbled streets.
Poem By Ernie Burns
Bad Day This is a “worse” day It holds “worse” for me And I fear more “worse” Is bound to appear Because “worse” is a curse That scares my “Okay” Muscles it out and packs it away It is going to be a terrible day
Because “worse” is a bad listener It does not care When I say In a stern admonishing tone “Bad day bad!”…It runs off Making people think I am mad Talking to a day like that And all I will get today is “Worse” So, how I will feel today is bad.
- ISBN 9781291977066
- Copyright Ernie Burns (Standard Copyright Licence)
- Edition First
- Publisher William Cornelius Harris
- Published 07 December 2014
- Language English
- Pages 52
- Binding Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink Black & white
- Weight0.13 kg Dimensions (centimetres) 14.81 wide x 20.98 tall