(1. The office of the president)
It was crooked and could not be straighted.
So a “slight” boom-a-ranged and soften the
symmetry of its edges. The square, safe for
a while, temporarily remained a box as if it
were on vacation.
(2. is corrupt)
At first only one of the corners sagged, so
people continued pushing buttons until the
“slight” turned into a lever, making the
square go off kilter and borrow mass from
a circle, pawning stationary as collateral.
(3. and crooked)
The office clock made a face at the “slight”
giving the “slight” an even bigger hanker,
which did nothing to dissuaded the “right’s”
axioms and hammers from banging and
then turning what was order into clutter.
(4. so who will you vote for?)
Image by Frank Stella