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Dreams From My Father’s Sister
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Zeituni Onyango, Barack’s “Auntie Zeituni”  from “Dreams from My Father,”  is back in federal court as she continues to delay her 2004 deportation as an illegal alien (all the while still living in public housing in Boston). 

Dreams From My Father’s Sister
By Asher Embry

O’s Aunt Zeituni’s back in court
To fight the order to deport
Her back again from whence she came
Despite her nephew’s famous name.

The wheels of justice sure turn slow,
Especially if your nephew’s O.
For 6 long years she’s reached her goal
To stay in Boston on the dole.

Like millions more who get to stay,
Who play us all and get their way,
It seems her underhanded scheme
Is Aunt Zeituni’s lasting dream.

 (You can read more of Asher Embry’s Political Verse at www.politicalverse.com.)

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