she tells the airbag
encased within her steering wheel
after an abrupt stop at a traffic light.
That word, "Supreme", seems hypocritical.
The polls have been floundering:
Blues and Reds and Battleground States.
The country whose Law she presides over
has devolved into madness
in the wake of a social cocktail
soured by discontent.
Her pending grave
has been reduced to a bargaining chip.
The road signs on her street
also come in threes.
Justice itself seems a joke.
Her garage door rises
as surely as the warheads
allowing her Mercedes
to trace its oil stains
on the cement.
"Little do they know of our Deal,"
she says to an invisible Stranger
standing in the doorway
waiting for His due.
Counting as her check clears
while laughing at a populace
she wonders what the media sold
to dupe a once-great nation
to sleep through Armageddon.