Malcolm Is At Last Amused

No more disgrace or polls and party fights.
Ne’er again will I beweep my outcast state.
I still have the private power of money’s might,
As Lucy said to comfort me,  sweet mate.
See Tony now,  who once was rich in hope,
Exposed as surfing fool with hairy chest.
So much for Howard’s part, and Minchin’s role!
Now that great wealth I have will serve me best
To fly me far from Liberals’ despairing.
Julie,  I think on thee,  and Joe’s great weight.
‘Friends’  like Barnaby,  no more rejoicing.
Bronwyn, Wilson,  years ahead I know your fate.
These happy thoughts of you, and my heart sings,
As I see Rudd around you running rings!


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