Regrets- Satire poetry
Sometimes the look on one's face tells the story.
The ' Don ' admits he's made some unkind comments in the past that he regrets
Like calling women pigs and the mysterious bleeding coming from somewhere, he's not too sure where, perhaps the eyes? His remarks communicate clearly he didn't take Human Anatomy 101, or perhaps he just forgets
The man is seventy years old
The mind ages and it's difficult to remember what you've been told
He forgets how much taxes he's paid
Yet he never ceases to brag about how much money he's supposedly made
I wonder if he remembers the innocent students he bilked out of their student loans?
Or how many times he ejected poor people out of their homes
So he could build a golf course for his wealthy friends
I think he's suffering from selected forgetfulness, it all depends
Tweet tweet here, tweet tweet there
He is a proven liar and we do care
Who runs our country in dangerous situations
The nuclear button will be within reach, do we trust him to take care of our precious nation?
I think NOT. My vote will go to Hillary whose proven she is fit
The ramifications will be drastic if we elect ' The Don ' who has proven time after time he's nothing but an orange twit.
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