A watershed moment
in Canada’s history:
approaches a group of MPs
on the House floor.
What happened next is vague; consensus
nowhere to be found.
Some claim it was a brutal attack
by an male PM,
launching a Taekwondo-style elbow strike
to the ribs of an unsuspecting female MP
while possibly holding a Kalashnikov under his jacket,
ready to be pulled.
Others, who analyzed the video frame by frame,
swear Trudeau was the victim of that MP,
who barbarically hit his arm with her chest,
aiming to end the Sunny Days of a sitting prime minister
the way only a wicked opposition member could
If there was ever a need for a national inquiry,
this may be it.
(Editor’s note: poet Shai Ben-Shalom, an Israeli-born biologist, examines current events in the Blacklock’s tradition each and every Sunday)