January 20, 2008

my only nag in the race: America

For years now I've believed that a noble man is more often a common man than we are led to think by those at the top of the feeding pyramid.

They have expensive finery to disguise their true natures while a common man or woman has few fine feathers to muddy the waters of integrity--and no PR staff to spruce up the image or lie to the cameras.

Tonight I've published a new politically driven poem, Rhyme for America's Common Man which may do little more than while away a moment of your time for I do classify it solidly within the "bad-poetry-though-well-meant" department of SO'W.

Oh! and there's a nifty kitty photo of Franc the Cat included to soften your pain.
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