Posted on June 30, 2021

Poetry for Us

Mark Papilio, American Renaissance, June 30, 2021

The Multiculturalists

They love the loss

of cities built

for us;

the shouldered cross

of racial guilt’s

a plus.


Problems in France

They come in crowds

whose veils replace

our shrouds;

no White’s allowed

to be his race

and proud.


Anchor Babies

They crawl this crust

near borders left

to rust;

no nation’s just

that holds its theft

in trust.