Wednesday, September 14, 2011


A Bagger in the late November
Of life, thought what a great mistake,
Now that his vigor’d burned to ember,
The pols had been. They would remake
A country plunged into impurity;
The ponzi scheme, social security;
And when they’d merged the church and state               
We could start over, be first rate.
But when he finally lost his pension,
And couldn’t pay kids’ college fees,
And definitely not M.D.’s,
His mind was filled with reprehension:
He thought that they should all be tried, 
Found guilty of his suicide.

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