Ken e Hall
United States Election - Poem by Ken e Hall
To vote the man into the oval’s chair
Wisdom’s choice would be a copy of Fred Astaire,
Not as silly as one might think,
Every step he carefully planned for a rightful link,
Executed perfection and in the right direction,
Put that in politics and you have a utopia election.
For a start can Hillary dance?
To the tune of the American nation,
Or has Barack with a beat a better chance
To bring on home the winning bacon.
The beat of a different drum
Heralds the winds of change,
Bring on a worry less mortgage for our homes
An’ a few more dollars to pay them loan’s.
Then in the medical stakes where at no. Thirty-seven,
Meaning lots of poorly people go early to heaven
Alleluias bring on the right steps!
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