Andrew Prowse


Bombe Alaska Poem by Andrew Prowse


Bombe Alaska
(on the resignation of Sarah Palin as Alaska Governor)


I wonder what unearthly sign
told Sarah Palin to resign.
What line-up of the stars or snow
told her it was time to go?

Did the #1 dude get tough
and tell his wife enough’s enough?
Or was retreat a better plan
than public spats with Letterman?

While experts rush to make the call,
she may yet outfox us all.
Does she have a big agenda
for the twenty twelve Obama ender?

No, she’ll never dropp that bomb.
She’s just a feral soccer mom.
No more dreams of great omniscience.
She’s Palin into insignificance.

Submitted: Saturday, July 4, 2009
Edited: Saturday, July 4, 2009
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  • Rookie - 8 Points Nooruddeen Mm (7/4/2009 12:55:00 PM)

    Andrew
    The poem is good, good to read and has a good flow.
    Hope Ex Alaska Governor read it and give you the reason for her resignation.
    Regards,
    Nooruddeen (Report) Reply

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