Saturday, May 13, 2017

#NORTHKOREA--KIM JONG-UN: TOO BIG TO FAIL--Poetry by JC Langelle --IMMEDIATE RELEASE (C) 2017

As ancient generals stood close by
Wearing medals to personify
That in a battle full-scale
They may just be too big to fail




This guy's nothing but a thorn in the side
Of every leader worldwide
He finds it very difficult
To go a day without an insult.
He's declared war on the Sea of Japan
Firing missiles as fast as he can
They land in the water after hundreds of miles
As he stands by the gantry and waves and smiles.

Who is this latest phenomenon
Who's never heard of Panmunjom
And the war that ended back in Fifty-Three
When the Yanks went back to the Land of the Free.
But they drew a line at the 38th parallel
And said don't cross or be blown to Hell.
It was a war that nobody won
But that don't mean a thing to Kim Jong Un.

If you get off the plane in Pyongyang
You could be arrested by some of his gang
He'll announce to the world that you're a spy
Before he lets another missile fly.
You  may disappear into some jail
Where the soup is cold and the bread is stale
You could just vanish without a trace.
Or have  VX stuffed in your face.

In New York the expectations
Are very low at the United Nations
There doesn't seem to be a workable plan
To deal with this nuisance of a man
China keeps hiding in the shadows
As the rest of the Security Council oppose
Taking any responsible vote
That will put a knife to Kim's throat.

Goose stepping troops on the Day of the Sun
Saluted allegiance to Kim Jong Un
Followed by tanks and missiles on trucks
That must have cost megabucks
As ancient generals stood close by
Wearing medals to personify
That in a battle full-scale
They may just be too big to fail



Poetry by JC Langelle (c) 2017