A dark and stormy night

A Jerusalem artichoke verse, several Rigbyisms and the Grand Old Duke of Fart.

The English government, with King George behind, farting taxes upon free-born Englishmen (1794).

The English government, with King George behind, farting taxes upon free-born Englishmen (1794). Image: Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825).

Suffering in 7/8, thanks to the Growing Communities veg bag:

Jerusalem artichoke,
You’re no good for decent folk,
Like Jesus, that holy bloke,
My wind and metèr are broke,
Jerusalem artichoke.

I used to do Eleanor Rigby with a band in 7=3+2+2/8, and Peter Silk is now making free with her in a different way:

And:

Via him:

Which is roughly where I am this morning.


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