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Interview with Mr. President
by Cathy Delaleu
Monday, January 29, 2007
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An ex-President who's no longer alive but I felt compelled to write this



You rattle dry bones with your heart
Spit on babies who crap at your doorstep
I take your specs
Wipe them clean for you to see better
Men and women are not golf-balls
Why are the roads so rocky with their calluses?
Stop kicking pregnant babies with your knees
Your smile is crooked
Demonstrate substantial evidence of body snatching
You say, “My dear, it’s natural for my people to
Annihilate the rich with threats, I’m too frail to control circumstances”
You gather a gang behind closed doors
Being in exile leaves your stockings stuffed with vital organs
You say in a soft tone, “they’re donors who sacrificed in the name of peace”
A satellite-dish informs you of Haiti Actualite
Batch of executions unleash a grin
Their folkloric details make you the star
You collect ulcers to bond with ex-Presidents
Initiate services to the public in French
The Presidential suite endangers sensitivity
You play dead in a tan suit
Spectators know you will come back soon
Laryngitis is curable with drops of craftiness
©2007 by C. Delaleu

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Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 2/1/2007
you have a way with words that piece together imaes to your taste
you are a pure talent
enjoyed!!!
Reviewed by Debra Harmes-Kurth 2/1/2007
My first thought when reading this was how many men it could fit. Too often after any public office (or dies) is left the person is remembered kindly, and the things which were so important once fade from memories. You have made a powerful statement in this piece and one that needs to be remembered.
debra
Reviewed by Paul Berube 1/30/2007
Cathy,

Your poem holds the power that winners are made of. Many interesting lines and facts.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/30/2007
Fiery intense write that slams home your message with a vision.

Fee
Reviewed by Rafiriio Daniels 1/29/2007
Wacoguy2
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 1/29/2007
This really is political dynamite. Great stuff!
Reviewed by J M 1/29/2007
This packs a lot of strong punches........... Enlightening work thank you...
Light & peace,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine 1/29/2007
Strong write. Insightful and pulls no punches. R
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 1/29/2007
Interesting write...Hugssssssssssss
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