Malcolm McGill

Rookie (4/15/1995 / Lancaster, PA)

The Powerful And Their Drugs - Poem by Malcolm McGill

Running the world is as
easy as rolling
righteousness in between the
Red, White, and Blue.

Wake and bake
with a bishop from Oaxaca.
Swiss banks sell speedballs
So you can soar to Sudan
like a seagull
But why go there?
Amsterdam, the back alleys of
China where cats
mumble their last meow,
Canada's so high they end
each sentence with an
'eh? '
Or it could be a birth
defect
from their
ancestors.


Citizens of America pose a
threat
to politicians of America.
They keep the money from America to
buy more drugs
they hear you complain
how poor you
are
and decide to share with
You.
Reagan did it.

These political persons
were primes
in the 60s and 70s
Look at Bush
And Gingrich can go to
the moon if he wants
to
but he's just gotta leave the blow here.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 4, 2012


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