howard mcsweeney1 wrote:
Charlie is now saying that DDC should exercise their development control powers to keep the artwork. Even if that was true it would stop the redevelopment which is well overdue, besides the Godden family would simply remove the wall and sell to the highest bidder as it is on their property.
Dover's Brexit Banksy appearance stirred the local's grey matter,
Button suggested making Brexit ice cream that will make us all fatter,
Christine.a "Amazing!" Remove it" saidTerry "but there'll be a hole".
Whilst Button seeks money with miniatures and a nail festival goal.
Captain Haddock favours art, a tattoo perhaps depicting rabbits?
But StuB's on fire, his derrière passion visibly glowing, as is his habit,
Ranting on in his language of colour, shows that he cares the least!
Reginald Barrington suggested a nail gun creation, like some in the East,
Then up pops a discussion on the scaffold, minus the "Lilly the Pink" song,
Howard, muses with thoughts of exporting StuB to Russia before very long,
Discussed by many, who are perplexed at the new found perception of 'art',
Then Vic, confesses to the Folkestone harbour welding fiasco, at least his part!
What's all the fuss about? It's only graffiti on a derelict building in Dover? Wrong,
Could possibly be a target for war games from afar by a misguided Kim Jong-um,
But could it be a blessing, if of value, to pay the 'Brexit divorce bill?' Then sod 'em!
Maybe the future of the 'Banksy' will not rest with smiler but with family Godden!