Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Lady-boy poet Gary Chutney fails to impress Spender Graves (left)
and Daisy Chalk (right) the judges of this year's Poem for the London
Olympics competition, when he enters his seventy-five stanza epic
protest ballad about the absence of cross-dressing track and field 
events.  "It was filth, we nearly called the police," they said. "But we're
told there's nothing we can do - he's part of some Minority Group"


  1. Did the Author enter the Poem for the London Olympics competition? If so what was the title of his poem?

  2. Alas, the Author's grasp of sports is too poor for him to attempt a poem on the heroics of Running, Jumping, Hopping & Skipping