Here I take the form of Austin Clarkes famed poem and give it a dollop of heavily processed tomato ketchup. I've also gone heavy with the onion.
My reworking of the form of Patrick Kavanaghs great poem, Inniskeen Road: July Evening
Its all chips down as quantitative easing kicks in
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