Distance lends enchantment to the scene?

I do like this scrap of quaint poetry (whether written by the left or the right hand), it is reminiscent in its simplicity of what our England was built upon.

We may be 1100 years down the line, but some values remain timeless and are still worth fighting for. Politicians are, as the Bard would put it, “poor players, that strut and fret their hour upon the stage and then are heard no more” they preach their vacuous ideologies – concepts of what they imagine the sheeple ought to hear – which, sadly, so often turn out to be “full of sound and fury” but signifying very little.

The English Constitution, however, remains the solution – a ‘gold standard’, enduring, not corroding.

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