Treasure Island

Paul Mwenelupembe

Blissful Democracy

Such is a bloc of votes and people is a smile
Bleeding hope, no bloopers is their admiration
Adorning blossom that blots out violence is a ling
Silent cast bonanza of true volume is their dress
Yearning glory, a push ahead resourcefully is a smile

Panorama is a political will and landscape is a creel
This a parameter of blissful is democracy's real
People floating on peace, beautiful events are their war

Pesident elect is solemn and queen is a flower
Contestants construe accords is a visitor's song
Old figures assemble at homburg desert are their talks
One speech and ties are the hood's gratitudes

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2012

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The poem talks about a successful and happiest democracy as it is in the USA, it brings hope to people, people live happily. Thus blissful democracy! I wish Obama, the president elect, a wonderful second term of office.

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