Tim caffery

Rookie - 168 Points (02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

Ronald Reagan

You sinister Black Wall St. hater
You children's family exterminator
American citizen assassinator

Ronald Reagan you weren't just a sham
You are a vile, fascist, pig of a man
Who makes proud his kin in the klan

Only white monsters cheer at your name
To compensate for the unforgotten shame
That between you & Hitler, y'all the same

You led this nation by All Out attack
On the most vulnerable Americans, just for being black
And The CIA's Veep held nothing back

From adults to kids, prisons are filled
Secrets protect the ones you killed
The very same poor then foot the bill

Reagan in truth you were good to America
You emulated our Founding Fathers' character
And we know what kinda people make their kids cherish ya

You weren't the greatest, or even the best
You were a cookie cutter copy of all the rest
Just one more pawn in this American mess

My final prayer is your grave be a prison
That no one celebrates the time you lived in
And that you descendants have the humanity to listen

Good-bye Reagan, no fond farewell
Just hopes you live in a million hells
And not even you can hear your agonizing yells


Submitted: Friday, March 21, 2014
Edited: Saturday, March 22, 2014
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