Lallafa Jeltz is the pen-name of a London-based writer, whose hobbies include confusing tourists, drawing moustaches on newspaper pictures of celebrities and shouting at the screen during BBC's Question Time.
The United Kingdom’s referendum on membership of the European Union in 2016 did not bring out the best in politicians. London poet Lallafa Jeltz took the fight to Twitter by way of a topical haiku a day. This is not just a collection of poetry, but also a succinct record of what was making headlines at the time. Warning: contents may cause readers to despair at British politics all over again.
A short collection of political verse by up-and-coming London poet Lallafa Jeltz: None Of The Above, Ode To Magna Carta, Civil Disobedience, The Road To Number Ten, Blameless Tiers and Democracy: An Epitaph.