Preserving disorder, beaten by time.Democracies party, Chicago’s crime.
Unifying chaos, against war they came.
Warriors for peace, bloody streets without names.
Children that followed, shamed in what they found.
Neglected and rejected, to failed policies bound.
Debating, deflated, demeaning each other they stand.
Jackson’s party, against Lincoln’s name, touting a plan.
Regurgitating and backwashing fruitless old claims.
Podium pounding, each the other blames.
Electing your choice, using votes voice.
Tempered, tampered and trampled, politics remain.
Bloodied and battered, bullied with pride.
This race to the White House, for the people’s a crime.