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Cialisis in canada Dear Departed Federation

Cialisis in canada Dear Departed Federation
Referendum muderation
Bounce you eena outa space
Hope you fine a restin place.
Is a heavy blow we gi yuh
An we know de fault noh fe yuh
For we see you operate
Over continent an state.
But de heap a boderation
In a fe we lickle nation
From de start a yuh duration
Meck we frighten an frustrate.
A no tief meck yuh departed
A no lie meck yuh departed
But a Fearful meck we Careful
How we let yuh tru we gate.
Fearful bout de big confusion
Bout de final constitution
An Jamaica contribution
All we spirit aggrivate.
An we memba self-protection
All we ears of preparation!
Referendum Mutilation
Quashie start to contemplate!
Beg yuh pardon Federation
Fe de sudden separation
If we sufferin’ survive
We acquaintance might revive.
Dear Departed Federation
Beg you beg dem tarra nation
Who done quarrel and unite
Pray fe po West Indies plight.

Cialisis in canada Yes! Murderation. Cialisis in canada Botheration. Cialisis in canada Both clear antecedents of “hateration” and “holleration.”  Of course, cialisis in canada I don’t know whether Mary J. Cialisis in canada Blige ever heard or read that particular poem, cialisis in canada but she did grow up in New York City, cialisis in canada where plenty of West Indians live, cialisis in canada so she may well have spent time in verbal environments where the playful creation of such coinages was common.

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  • Charlotte

    I LOVED that song. Still do. 🙂 And as a former English teacher I get SO TIRED of people terrified their precious language will be ruined because people play around with it. What those people usually mean, of course, is that only CERTAIN people are allowed to play with language, as the reality is that language is a constantly evolving thing — otherwise it dies. In any case, thank you for this post. 🙂 It brightened my day.