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The Morning After:
Britain’s Referendum To Leave The European Union





Why I have the eerie feeling

that we are cut-off?

Why I fear the celebrations next door?

The sun will still shine

The trees will still dance

The birds will still sing

There will still be rainbows

like the one I saw last week over my neighbour's house

I love the rainbows

I love the handshakes

I love kisses and hugs

There will still be love

Love never ends

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Dr Pritam Singh is Professor of Economics at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom. He also takes keen interest in Punjabi literature.

June 27, 2016


Conversation about this article

1: Hardev Singh (Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada), June 29, 2016, 12:36 AM.

A disunited, broken Britain. Self inflicted, unintended wounds that will long fester. Go back in history and you see Britain presiding over and carving up nations and nationalities on a map. Britain's folly littered the world with blood-letting, carnage and broken dreams of nationhood.

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