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6 Hillary Clinton-inspired haikus

Read six Hillary Clinton-themed haikus.

Love her or hate her, Hillary Clinton sparks a lot of debate. And apparently, the presidential hopeful also inspires poetry. Writer Vera G. Shaw — who ironically lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn – is releasing a new book tomorrow, "Hillary Clinton Haiku" and we're giving a first look here. From lines about her pantsuits to just living her best life, these short poems are sure to make you chuckle, or smirk, depending on your political views. Take a look at a her here:

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A Modest Proposal
The Lake District at
twilight finds Bill asking Hill
to be his wife. “Nah.”

Glass Ceiling Grievance
O, Oval Office!
My term yet? Let my hubby
Retire to his sax

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A Glimpse of New York’s New Senator
What solid cankle
peeks beneath yonder pant? It
is hers. Hillary’s.

Candidate Hillary
Campaigns are long; wins,
fleeting. Pantsuited and brave,
Hill, she ain’t leaving!

“I’m in. And I’m into Win.”
Finally my turn!
I’ll toss in 14 million.
No biggie. I’m in!

She Announces… Finally
I’m running for prez!
Should I have kept those thirty
thousand ditched e-mails?

From the book HILLARY CLINTON HAIKU: Her Rise to Power, Syllable by Syllable, Pantsuit by Pantsuit. Copyright (c) 2015 by Vera G. Shaw. Reprinted by permission of Twelve/Hachette Book Group, New York, NY. All rights reserved.

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