Another take on The Election. A poetic, thought provoking one.
lines written for the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump
January 20, 2017
Ask me no questions, I’ll tell you no truths:
That’s a motto I’ve tried to live by.
But up yonder there’s a hole in the sky;
And you want to hear how it got there.
I’ll tell you now—but don’t expect
The truth to put you easy.
It’s a tale with neither reason nor rhyme,
And nary a moral worth learning.
Up on that cliff—see that rubble and glass?
It used to be a lighthouse.
We villagers built her to keep ships safe,
And we took our turns as her keepers.
Don’t take me wrong—we weren’t good souls,
Nor generous nor kindly.
But we took our turns and shared her light,
And her beam shone bright and ample.
Walking one morning where we walk now,
I saw a gang of sailors
Crowding high by the lighthouse rail,
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