Edwin Tanguma

Rookie - 4 Points (1966 / CA)

Sooner Or Later All Of This Will End (Shakespearean Sonnet)


Sooner Or Later All Of This Will End (Shakespearean Sonnet)

When it comes to the State of The Union
I begin to feel a little distressed
It makes me want to go buy me a gun
Although I say that as a playful jest

What could the politicians be thinking
How many people are going through hell
What consequences will their actions bring
I think all of them should be thrown in jail

I hope that all of this ends really soon
So that the union can get back on track
Or will there be a showdown at high noon
Too see if the number of votes will lack

Sooner or later all of this will end
Though will the tear in the government mend

Edwin Tanguma © 10/7/2013

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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