RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Ruling Banning Grandchildren - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Waking up to the chill of morning, hoping to warm up,
going to the Senior Center and being greeted by cold-
hearted greetings from higher ups at City Hall.
With a ruling, banning Senior's Grandchildren from
coming to any events for Christmas and New Year's, a
cruel and heartless plan of liberals and racists.
Interfering once again in the liberty and freedom of
elderly Americans, averting our eyes and turning our
backs on these indecent, depraved so-called people.
Nothing will we give to them, they can wallow in their
sins and the abuse of seniors as we silently unfold
our freedom and show them what for.
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