Lee Mack

Veteran Poet - 1,083 Points (Shelbyville Kentucky)

Immigration Borders On Insanity xx xxx xx Original 07 07 2013


Border polity review by Joshua
Or Donna Brazille? Fire off this
Polity to Donna: review polity
Propose governments and accept
Delivery of drugs by Mexicans
Directly and have them return
From Jericho to Consulates in
Mexico –pay them to return to
Homes to labor in Mexican fields
For a season for the aristocracy
Of Mexico and 90 day doles from
Discount windows at Mexican
Consulates - drug wars transpose
To International governmental
Controlled fence-free-trade-zones
Further subsidizing health
Initiatives that rehabilitates
Former drug traders, bad cops,
Bad politicians, cartels, military
Industrial complexes
And the last self-defense burials
Of Trayvon Martin - Are these
Present day politicians’ minstrels?
Good enough to keep
Performing the polity of ironies.

Submitted: Monday, July 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Topic of this poem: police


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the ironies of minstrels and audiences of command performance

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Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. No permission granted.

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