Writing Resources from Fifteen Minutes of Fiction
Election Day SonnetIt seems that every candidate we see
Is doomed to leave the citizens aghast -
Placeholders in our nation's history,
They're only shadows of our glory past.
And every speech that hits the public waves,
Has no more content than a postcard's note,
Yet on and on the speaker rants and raves,
As though it was a novel that he wrote.
But is it feasible that we're the cause,
With short attention span for the arcane;
Are we mistaken when we give applause
To politicians who just entertain?
For candy always wins, with more appeal
Than any good and healthy balanced meal.
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