Lynne FincherSpringarden


Completely Crazy - (Dedicated to the Grand Old Party)


Left
Brain
Gone mad.

Right
Brain
Completely sad.

Its not
So bad.

Being crazy! !

Politicians are making sense.
I can’t tell truth from lies.

Banks are full of innocence.
They all have alibis.

The Wall street gang are merry old souls.
I’ll drink to their good health.

I know they only care to see
Me in the midst of wealth.

And who needs trees
I’ll thank you please.

Or flying things
Like birds and bees.

And the planet is NOT warming.
Just give me cup of DDT
As all the bugs are swarming.

I know you must be thinking
That I have just been drinking.

Please understand I am not cad.
Its just that I’m completely mad.

But its not really all that bad…

Being crazy! ! !

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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