I’m Done with My Wailin’ on Palin and Disdain for McCain!!!

I started this blog
Back in September
After Palin was picked.
A day to remember!

My poems sprung forth!
So many, who knew?
My dedication proclaimed
By the New Haven Review.

Yes, I’ve had fun
At poor Sarah’s expense.
But it’s time to be serious.
It’s just common sense.

Home prices are falling!
Stocks took a nose dive!
The layoffs are coming!
How will we survive?

We must go to the polls
And be rational, folks!
We don’t need four years
Of more national jokes!

I’m all poem’d out – –
I have no more to write.
No more wailin’ on Palin.
I’ve reached my twilight.

No more photos of legs,
Nor a Palin nightmare,
No top secret plans,
Nor convention despair.

Now it’s time
To end the drama!
On election day,

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3 Responses to I’m Done with My Wailin’ on Palin and Disdain for McCain!!!

  1. Tom Zart says:

    SARAH PALIN POEM = Most Published Poet On The Web

    She’s a soldier for the Lord
    Who’s been up and who’s been down
    Though while on the battlefield
    She has never turned around.

    She’ll face more than flesh and blood
    With the devil’s evil hoard.
    But they shall not steal her soul
    For she swings our Lord’s swift sword.

    She wears all of God’s armor
    With helmet, breastplate and shield.
    As Satan’s arrows fly by
    From his archers of the field.

    The devil casts his dark net
    Over any he may charm.
    He’ll lead them from salvation
    With his hands upon their arm.

    She battles evil daily
    And prays that you’ll join her.
    She gives new hope for this world
    To be better then we were.

    By Tom Zart
    Most Published Poet
    On The Web

  2. Tom Zart says:


    She chose their opportunities
    To become strong, not weak
    By pulling up her boot straps
    She acquired the dreams we seek.

    Her personal goals of well being
    Will never stand in the way
    Of doing her public duty
    No matter what others may say.

    Her devotion shall prove contagious
    It’s the brilliance of her kind
    What you find within her
    Is great character of mind.

    With faith and courage, she must live
    For her life to be complete
    With good morals and family life
    She’ll triumph, even in defeat.

    She was raised to participate
    Within her community
    With her fellow men and women
    She’ll enrich life and liberty.

    Thank You For Being
    “A Soldier For The Lord”

    By Tom Zart
    Most Published Poet
    On The Web

  3. Tom Zart says:


    Sorrow is better than laughter
    For by grieving, we’re improved.
    Blessed be all who morn
    Till from sadness they’re removed.

    After death our souls shall fly
    Perhaps from star to star
    Reaching our destination
    To find Heaven’s gate ajar.

    God made us able to cry
    Sorrow teaches us to fear
    Those days were selfish and cruel
    When life is so short and dear.

    Time wipes tears from all faces
    Whose hearts are tuned to sorrow.
    Those that cry a thousand tears
    Shall be blessed by tomorrow.

    Tears are the raindrops of the soul
    And there’s one for all who die.
    They are the silent words of grief
    As they fall free from the eye.

    The shortest verse in the Bible
    Is the one where Jesus wept
    So, if you hold back tears, shed them
    When your pains too harsh to accept.

    Tears are lovelier than a smile
    When they come from those you love
    As they seek relief from sadness
    When you’re summoned from above.

    Tears are a love-mates humble gift
    When it’s time to say goodbye
    Though the eyes are wet and swollen
    With time and patience they dry.

    By Soldier For The Lord
    Tom Zart
    Most Published Poet
    On The Web

    You can hear all of Tom Zart’s 350 poems
    of love, war, faith and more 24-7 on web radio at


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