An Original Bush-Related Poem I Think is Relevant…
The President’s War
George the Third ,the appointed one
Who thinks he’s the anointed son,
Decided that he should start a war
Many wonder what its for
To the victor belongs the spoil,
Beneath Iraq there’s much oil,
So many will die for the rich man’s sake,
The very thought should make one shake.
This “Land of Liberty” I once was told
Where freedom’s worth was more than gold,
Has no meaning anymore,
When Bush can start a needless war.
Many soldiers Bush has sent
To take away the choice of government.
That this is done in Freedom’s name,
Should make him hang his head in shame.
– Ken Bellet
Posted on September 24, 2007, in Abuse of Power, George Bush, Iraq War, Military, Politics and tagged anti-bush, anti-bush bumper writings, anti-war art, anti-war poetry, cafe press, George Bush, original poetry, political literature, political poems, Politics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.