President Obama


  • Political

    President Obama

    He battled through, and won the fight
    He walks so tall out in the night
    He's all for one, and one for all
    was thought to be so weak and small

    A man of peace, A man of change
    A democratic vs. John McCain
    Bringing tears across, the entire nation
    Thanks to the end, of segregation

    Now he's the king, and he takes the throne,
    In this White House, where this king belongs,
    In a planet of parrol, we leave it to you
    To help us all to make it through

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    johnmartindale commented on President Obama


    You are right. But to me the scary thing is the president is acting like a king, he has all the makings of a totalitarian dictator, he is doing everything in his power to remake America into fascist/social nation. if he changes his mind on enforcing his progressive, enlightened, elitist form communism down our throats, then yes indeed, he could be good for the country. May the Lord give him wisdom.

    Indigogreen16 commented on President Obama


    this is a nice poem and to see you starting now, so young, is great. keep up the good work! have a great day!

    WordSlinger commented on President Obama


    Youngster I gave this a 8 I wrote one to

    Toyotaguy commented on President Obama


    Yes, I have to say that we are in a world of change,and it is a great place to be at this time. Thank You for reminding me of that.

    In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.

    Franz Kafka (1883-1924) Czech writer.

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