Donald Trump[i Saw This Man On Tv] - Poem by alan brown
I know I Am not American
and don't live in the USA
But I saw this man on TV news,
Just the other day.
He seemed to look intelligent
until he opened up his mouth
Then like all the other politicians
the lies started to come flying out,
It seems that all the immigrants
come to America carrying bombs
And all the Homosectuals
wear tights and bras and thongs.
The Indians are all simple
as the pipeline cuts up their land
I know its true, as I got the Fracking message
from Donalds right hand man.
How can a man like Donald
think he was born elite
As his friend who lives Russia
bends down to kiss his feet.
I know this world has troubles
and that I understand
But how can so much power
be given to such an unstable man.
We have found that though the ages
at least one dictator comes along
And builds a wall so massive
even the Aliens think its wrong
It happened over in China
and one cut through a German town
But man came to his senses
and pulled the obstacle down
So don't let this man in power
have rains to lead his horse
Or we will all end up like donkeys
and become part of his workforce.
We need to live and flourish
for our world to be loved and free
So why did so many Americans
Vote for this man in Tennessee.
We need to stand up and be counted
of this I am quite sure
To help the ill and needy
and especially the poor
I cannot see this as a better world
as long as he's in power
Lets hope that democratic America
can demolish Trumps own tower.
I am not a very intelligent man
and only want simple things
But Trumps like a black angel
a Putin without wings.
So lets all get together
and fight against this wrong
And get rid of the Trumps around the world
and sing a happy song.
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