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The Activist's Year

Life under the new regime
By Agent Homer Kiam


January brings the rain
On the picket line again
Hailstone sleet and squally showers
Mark rants on for hours and hours

February's colder still
Snowstorm, slush and bitter chill
The picket line is down to four
The others' part time jobs pay more

March is what we've got to do
Freezing cold and windy too
More strike action on the cards
But we like Mark's fighting words

Showers in April seem all right
Posting leaflets out all night
Stand by offices all day
Cannot give the things away

May brings sunshine to us all
In the bloody conference hall
Stuart Currie's victory speech
Seems to take the whole damn week

Then at last its blazing June
But of course it's come too soon
Global warming's such a pain
Thunder lightning and more rain

July and August might be hot
But we don't care a single jot
Because we've all gone far away
On eighty-five percent strike pay

In September we come back
To find that we've all got the sack
After giving it great thought
Lawyers tell us "Go to court."

In October courts go out
We are left without a shout
Strike pay's gone, they'll have a levy
So that we can pay for bevy

November's cold and wet for sure
The union's broke and we're all poor
But our leaders make a deal
We go back under the heel

Sharp December frost and fog
At last I've got a union job
Ballot papers on the way
The revolution's here to stay