John Bolton’s Wars (a poem)

If Rudy* is a “hand grenade”*Why did Bolton* send his aideTo disarm the whole charadeWhile Bolton lounges in the shade? Well, that is how his wars are made:From the safety of Bolton's brain. Note: *Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of NYC serving as President Trump's personal attorney and covert diplomat in Ukraine. *John Bolton was the … Continue reading John Bolton’s Wars (a poem)

Couplets: “It Was a Dark and STORMY Day”

Within the White House the forecast is "Stormy." But the president swears that NOTHING porny Ever happened with that woman hushed With money that had NOTHING to do with slush. Lawyers pay off porn stars all the time Right before elections . . . with their own dime Without the knowledge of the one was … Continue reading Couplets: “It Was a Dark and STORMY Day”

Rumple Oxbridge: “Twitter Totter”

By Rumple Oxbridge, liberal lyricist I'll say this much for Twitter: It's Tr------p's Achilles' Heel. Eventually he'll tweet something so far beyond the pale, almost every Republican will admit the news is real. They will stand before a mic to boldly, angrily reveal--- "Hillary hacked the president with a scandalous e-mail!" For evidence they will … Continue reading Rumple Oxbridge: “Twitter Totter”

American Life in Poetry Column 498 by Ted Kooser

  Welcome to American Life in Poetry. For information on permissions and usage, or to download a PDF version of the column, visit ****************************** American Life in Poetry: Column 498 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE   Here’s a lovely poem for this lovely month, by Robert Haight, who lives in Michigan.   Early … Continue reading American Life in Poetry Column 498 by Ted Kooser