Scottish Referendum x 2
So Scotland’s First Minister has called for a second poll
And claims that she speaks for the country as a whole
She argues that she will help give people the choice
To become independent and they will have a voice
In deciding their future as a separate nation
It is her intention, with her complete fixation.
But Theresa May says Sturgeon has tunnel vision
And is playing games with her decision
And should focus on delivering a good Government
As to split the countries, will cause discontent
And her dream of Scotland, having its own identity
Could end up making the UK a non-entity
But the SNP are convinced there should be a vote
Before Westminster sinks both their ship and lifeboat
That circumstances have changed since the last referendum
And the Scottish now wish for a different outcome.
But May and Sturgeon appear set for a bitter fight
As they both believe that they each are right
But Scotland spends £127.00 for each £100.00 raised
in taxes and it should therefore make them all dazed
With the thought of an austerity programme in the West
Are the populace really up for the test?
As their deficit in the developed world is worst
They should consider this before jumping in head first
They want to give the impression they can control their fate
And stay in the EU before it’s too late
But the EU doesn’t necessarily see it this way
As this may spark and cause other countries to sway
apart from the Union, possibly Catalonia in Spain
And the European idea, will go down the drain
Sturgeon when questioned, thinks they’ll use the pound
But all major parties think this idea is unsound
And why therefore should not the rest of the UK
Also have a ballot and people have their say?
As even though Scotland’s population is small
The decision they make will affect us all
So should the UK be allowed to drift apart
Isn’t solidarity our essence and our heart
Isn’t staying united, the surest solution
And stop all these cries of devolution
The atmosphere’s turning increasingly sour
As the fragmented UK starts to lose its power.
The truth is simple, Scotland decided to stay
Part of the Union when they voted that day
The UK then voted from the EU to leave
Did Sturgeon at that point have plans up her sleeve
As she marches her party to the top of the hill
Will the Scottish people submit to the SNP’s will?