The Militia           [Part 1 of my Political Trilogy]

 

Original poetry by Chrome Dome Mike Kimbro

 

Please read along to my Spoken Verse Performance.

 

 

VERSE 1

 

Just how far has our country evolved?

 

To the point that A third party is needed?

 

What's the name, is the question I've solved.

 

Now my genius must be conceded.

 

 

VERSE 2

 

Study of the 2016 election,

 

Led the press to think they had a scoop.

 

The problem wasn't a Breitbart connection,

 

But a nationwide overlooked group.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So don't feel left out, Bubba.

 

Yeah, don't feel left out, son.

 

To the city, or the farm,

 

You can tote a firearm,

 

In plain sight,

 

If you've got the right,

 

To open carry your 'sporting' gun.

 

 

VERSE 3

 

While the press is quick to lambaste.

 

Anyone with a large weapons cache.

 

Entry in the group might still be numbers based,

 

Like, say, how many rounds one has stashed.

 

 

VERSE 4

 

But hey, I'd be willing to bet a fiver,

 

That, no matter what, there were certain limits.

 

They'd turn away every single Prius driver,

 

Even if they'd been stationed on the Nimitz.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So don't feel left out, Bubba.

 

Yeah, don't feel left out, son.

 

To the city, or the farm,

 

You can tote a firearm,

 

In plain sight,

 

If you've got the right,

 

To open carry your 'sporting' gun.

 

 

VERSE 5

 

Now let's all drink a toast to Micha,

 

Who's both sensitive, and a smarty.

 

He coined the moniker: The Militia.

 

A fitting name for a new third party.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So don't feel left out, Bubba.

 

Yeah, don't feel left out, son.

 

To the city, or the farm,

 

You can tote a firearm,

 

In plain sight,

 

If you've got the right,

 

To open carry your 'sporting' gun.

 

 

The End

 

 

Copyright Michael Kimbro 2017.  All rights reserved.

 

 

Keywords:  Poems about republicans, politics, Poems about militias, Breitbart, Firearms, Alt-right, Leftist snowflake poetry.