I bowed my White guilt over the scapegoat;
Let their axe of demonisation fall.
Remembered how they blamed me for their ills;
Culture is more than a name on a wall.
My delicate, soft gay lips remained sealed;
They screamed about the inequality.
A minority with greater numbers;
They failed to see their own dishonesty.
The left cut my tongue in the name of hate;
Free speech exposed leftwing hypocrisy.
To Remain confirmed moral righteousness;
And the destruction of democracy.
Held under a dunce cap for opposing;
Only one side was allowed to belong.
Shouted down as an outdated bigot;
Born to shame those who make opinions wrong.