by Michael D Nalley   Nov 14, 2005

Once upon a time there were three pigs
They had a party without their wigs
No matter if your house is straw, wood, or brick
Your problem is solved by political rhetoric

They all looked at the big bad capitalist, with a frown
Who said; I will huff, and puff, and blow your house down
Karl Marx built with straw. Lenin saw that was no good,
So he built another house that was made out of wood

Stalin saw Lenin's house fall, and thought really quick
And built another house, and he built it out of brick
The capitalist puffed and the pigs were filled with laughter
George Orwell wrote a book, and they lived happily ever after


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  • 13 years ago

    by alex

    Would have made ap euro sooo much more fun

  • 15 years ago

    by Unforgiven Retniap doolb

    Haha......not one of your best but still good. My friend mike always talks about communism in school and it finally turned to the point where he wasn't allowed to write about it anymore or he'd get a he started writng about bears.....

    ~I've loved reading your poems even though a few are beyond my intelligence they are still good.


  • 15 years ago

    by HJ

    I find this poem very very ambigious in style...extremly witty. Light hearted humor with a serious subject.

    I enjoyed the way you handled it, brought a smile to my face as reading it.


  • 16 years ago

    by TheDark1


  • 16 years ago

    by Susannah

    I thought it was quite funny. i liked it a lot. :)

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