The Web Poetry Corner - James Bredin - Refugees, street people and do-gooders
Refugees, street people and do-gooders
The International AIDS Conference was pompous and vague,
Unknown number of AIDS infected patients with the plague,
Left in Toronto claiming their Charter Rights to stay here,
Politically correct UN politicians by then had disappeared.
Somewhere along the slippery social way we screwed up bad,
Panhandlers, street people, refugees out of control and mad,
Twenty million more AIDS patients are now on the way here,
"EVERYONE" says the Charter so we have no plague to fear.
Homeless crackheads want their safe injection clinic sites,
Left-wing politicians are listening to the junkies’ delights,
Toronto Ontario needs a dictator to straighten things out,
Clear the streets of these various vagabonds milling about.
Politically correct media plus all the talking heads,
Line up on screen and in the papers and then they blamed the feds,
Crackheads say there is no fault and everything’s okay,
And Conservatives who want to change things should go away.