Thursday, 8 October 2015
Chief: Kent Police haiku for National Poetry Day
It's National Poetry Day and The Chief has released a Kent Police haiku to celebrate:
Roses are red, Violets are blue
Kent councils are corrupt and High Court too
But not Kent Police.
Speaking from the Kent Police poetry room, Chief Alan Pughsley said:
"Obviously we is very busy what with drug dens raids and the Kent Police Xmas panto, but we felt it was in the tradition of Great British Policing celebrating the Great British Creative Industries that we should help celebrate National Poetry Day.
Especially in Kent, he said, the county of literary greats like Dickens and Shelley and Keats, we felt that a Meiji haiku would be interesting. It doesn't rhyme properly but that's haikus for you. And anyway the Environment Agency contamination had too many syllables in it to fit.
Meanwhile if anyone knows the whereabouts of good governance then please call 101 as it is missing."
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