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Poetry by Luke Torrisi: “Stuck in a Rutte”

He shrinks yet he wins,
He hails himself hero

I’d give him a fiddle,
And watch him play Nero

A small patch of land,
Much reclaimed from the sea

Blessed with Aegir’s riches,
The soul of the free

All is taken for granted,
With little upset

All the gifts poured from Freyr
Are caught in Ran’s net.

Their leaders need wisdom,
Must drink Mimir’s water.

But who’d give an eye,
To look after their daughter?

There’s money to make,
An election: let’s win it!

Can these lands remain Nether,
Without the Dutch in it?

– Luke Torrisi is a retired legal practitioner and now an academic researcher and host of Carpe Diem, Sydney’s only explicitly Traditionalist and Paleoconservative radio programme broadcasting on 88.9FM, between 8:00 to 10:00pm, Mondays.

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).
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This entry was posted on 18 March 2017 by in Fiction and Poetry and tagged , , , , , .

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