Thursday, 10 July 2014

'In the Race for Fraud'

It’s not how good you are
That makes for the best leader
But how much you count;
Two and two don’t make three
But it’s close enough and
When your first and last names
Are the same, it doesn’t give
You a double claim in the race
For fraud

If two and two don’t make three
Count and count again until you
Get what you want: practice,
Practice! That’s how you get an
Accountancy degree — the people’s
Decree: Forget democracy, forget
Peace, forget the initial results.
Best vote for the Commission who
Will decide your ruler.

Martha Landman

Martha Landman. Martha Landman writes in North Queensland, Australia. Her latest work has appeared in egg poetry, Beakful and Jellyfish Whispers.