Poems about Politics

Can’t we all just get alongRodney King I often wonder the same thingWe thought racism was over
Since age 5 I've recited the pledge, Day after day. It never made me feel any certain way.
Flip a coin to choose our best way to hell, Heads or tails doesn't matter either way, we are doomed.
Dedicated to the 2016 Presidential Election
Morose insomnia jealous of the Sun's light where shall I place you? 
Hey Mr., are you enjoying the football game on your flat screen
If a poem had ears, What would it hear?
Rora wakes up to the sound of Monday morning news, except, she doesn’t know what it’s talking about: