The Olympic Torch
Before the Olympics has even taken place,
The Olympic torch is fraught with fire.
Relations are ice-cold.
Media reports galore highlight the unfair ballooning trade imbalance,
The Olympic touch is to a certain extent a symbol of world peace,
Now disarray and discontent expressed lots,
And fire sizzles rages within the Olympic flame.
And it is to be supposed so,
With empty stomachs and empty wallets,
After all, a hungry man is an angry man.
One must understand the Westerner's mentality,
An American thinks if he can sell a can of coca-cola and each priced at $1,
But it was not to be,
With competition for oil,
And now even food- patience is wearing thin.
And the rich in
Despite many warnings from the West,
And choose to hoard money- irritating the West greatly.
Yet, perhaps the West don't know this.
You know not how many a Chinese was awfully glad,
When the Olympics games were to be held in
We Chinese are not just sly and cunning,
As portrayed in many a
But are in actual fact are accepted members of the international community.
And to be fair, Chinese has put their sovereign funds,
Invested heavily in
But still discontent lots.
One thing that a white male has,
Is red pride- lots of it.
Meanwhile the Olympic dream is gone,
As riots and fights are breaking out,
And it is the bad guy- yet again.