EENY, MEENY, MINY, AND MOE (A PROSODIC LIMBIC in RHYME ROYAL STANZAS) / Poem by Leonard Dabydeen

Poem by Leonard Dabydeen
 
 
EENY, MEENY, MINY, AND MOE
(A PROSODIC LIMBIC in RHYME ROYAL STANZAS)
 
Eeny, Meeny, Miny, and Moe, walk out
The Woe House without a mask, following
A dumb stunt, 99 percent blow clout.
 
Nothing more damning than his twittering
From out of his flush, infectious dribbling;
Forgetting to zip or leave smelly slush
In readiness to denigrate in rush.
 
When Eeny and Meeny begin to shout,
Miny and Moe go to VP, something
Is amiss, they cannot say what about.
 
All gather in Rose Garden, whispering
How their people are quickly now dying;
No mask, no mask, but asymptomatic gush
Ours greatest country, nothing but a crush.

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