‘I ain’t no chicken farmer’

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Torn from my vigilant duties at the border

Guarding against entry of seditious ashes

For Negara and Merdeka I restored order

By arresting those purple-dressed pipi-ess

Wearing wrong coloured shirts was their fault

When blue would have won for them the day

Then their Merdeka march I wouldn't dare halt

And their intention, I won’t have a single say

2009 was 2009, so why still talk about Kugan

And I also resent being labelled a mongrel

Regardless of whatever political affiliation

My groomed hair shows I’m not a scoundrel

I admit I am angry for what I saw on Twitter

But only for failing to give me proper due

By comparing me to a failed chicken farmer

For that mistake I'll make the offender rue

Don’t you dare confuse me with legal fact

Of what's ‘illegal’ and what's ‘unregistered’

Don’t trouble me with obfuscating abstract

I am who I am, I’ve decided they’ve erred

Yesterday Boss wanted us to up our unity

To face any challenge and whatever test

Well, what better test than free nasi curry

So stop whining, whinging and your protest

Look at those who praised my patriotic action

They of blue ‘pedigree’, ‘proper’ upbringing

Saying my mini Ops Lalang has justification

From them I hear only encouraging singing

I shall help leave behind a peaceful Malaysia

Of prosperity where RM6 billion is nothing

Once my duty’s done, for jolly good measure

I’ll be back at the border so no ash sneaks in

K TEMOC is a Penangite who enjoys being an independent blogger and loves to share his opinion on Malaysian and world affairs without fear or favour, though currently is politically inclined towards DAP, only because the political party has thus far shown faithfulness to its promise of competency, accountability and transparency.

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