President fellow you,

We, the rebuild country people
together confront the job done.

These steps to power
reaped rewards
while the people have borne the cost.

The people.

The citizens of our country.

Their celebrate land.

That all changes—
starting right here, right now
because across America
the people the rulers
the men and women listening now
the gangs of much realized potential
this America
right here right now.

We are one glorious
oath of refusing disrepair and decay
disappeared over the horizon.

The wealth of our world
We a new decree a new vision
to benefit every breath
our jobs our dreams.

We bridge and tunnel across our nation.

We will America.

We will America
seek friendship and goodwill with the world
shine as the face of the Earth
the bedrock of heart unity honestly.

When America is America is
great men and women striving
for action.

It can be done can match
the heart of America.

We stand free
our souls black brown white
look up at the same night sky
the same almighty mountain
ocean to ocean, hear these words:

We will ignore you, President fellow you

and along the way

Together, We America

We America


We America

Yes, Together, We Will

Make America again America.


Jami Macarty is the author of Landscape of The Waita chapbook of poems focusing on her nephew William’s car accident and year-long coma (Finishing Line Press, May 2017). She teaches contemporary poetry and creative writing at Simon Fraser University, is a founder and editor of the online poetry journal The Maynard, and writes Peerings & Hearings–Occasional Musings on Arts in the City of Glass, a blog series for Drunken Boat.