Blatant attempts to embroider the truth
Upset Pakistan’s English-studying youth.
Schools found their textbooks contained a lame rhyme
Hiding a reference to Bush in each line.

Intrigue ensued, for the source is unknown.
Some think this hint was deliberately sown
As a seed of discreet propaganda; and so,
Now the secret is out, the trick poem must go.
Islamabad calls Bush a close favoured friend.
Desperate to please, their own people they send
In chains to Guantánamo Bay, without trial,
On a mission to win Dubya’s simian smile.
Torture and Bush-praising poets are vile.