A sepal petal and a thorn a poem by Emily Dickinson
At The Railway Station Upways a poem by Thomas Hardy
I Heard an Angel a poem by William Blake
Charity thou art a lie a poem by Stephen Crane
Federal law that affects many of your friends and family is a concern:
Federal law made by I am not a crook Nixon
out to get hippies and blacks fifty years ago
and used by lazy cops to smell out a minority car
and go get doughnuts.
(Federal law as unfair as that statement.)
Federal law that put a record number
in federal prisons
over something with
the effect of a Benadryl
while allowing my friends to become addicted
That federal law?
You support Schedule one for pot
and sCHEDULE TWO FOR oXYCONTIN? aRE YOU NUTS?
Caps lock is Republican!
Ya’ll ain’t nuts. Ya’ll’s jus’ downright mean.
You know this federal law
enslaves minorities and you
How Sweet I Roamd a poem by William Blake
Asking For Roses a poem by Robert Frost
Le Gout du Néant a poem by Charles Baudelaire
A Diamond on the Hand a poem by Emily Dickinson
Love and a Question a poem by Robert Frost
Pauls Wife a poem by Robert Frost
Our Singing Strength a poem by Robert Frost
A Sloop of Amber slips away a poem by Emily Dickinson