The Rock Of Arkansas - Poem by Margaret Alexander
For you the rocker of Rock, Arkansas,
A revolutionized administration by far,
Has surpassed others, a tough long war
Cleaning up the economic mess, we see and saw.
Mean and relentless Republicans fight,
Making decisions to squeeze what's right,
For our great country, that might
Sink under previous reigns; a prolonged plight.
All hate change, but what's left to be done,
Takes strength to forget; let bygones be gone,
Bury gridlock, plug, and now move on,
With the great President Bill Clinton.
Our first lady Rodham, Hilary,
Her new position many did query,
But today like a wise legal fairy,
She'll cure our health, and the worry.
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