In the 2016 Referendum, a large number of people voted for Brexit, and a large number of people voted against Brexit. Ignoring, for a moment, how close the result actually was (52%:48%), and ignoring, also, that many people have likely since changed their views, the current situation is one that neither pro- nor anti-Brexiters wanted—the present Government has failed both groups. I call for an immediate General Election, and that the present and future Governments exercise damage control by either revoking Article 50 entirely, or by requesting a long extension to it of at least 1 year.
let us who burn / behind tired suns, take note / refresh anew / unimaginable spark of being / torn and lost and whole and found / breathe and colour / two, ten, forty days hence / and yet we mourn / for selves lost / selves broken anew / undone . #poem #micropoetry
— tiredpixel (@tiredpixel) January 11, 2019