Obama’s Dreams of His Literary Father

Obama's Dreams of His Literary Father

Obama’s Dreams of His Literary Father

Late at night in the Oval Office of the White House, Obama falls asleep and begins to relive his undergraduate days in LA as a writer of poetry. To Obama’s horror, Charles Bukowski appears and claims to be his literary father. Bukowski also takes an interest in Michelle (the last of the three characters) and tricks Obama into thinking he is about to become sick on the presidential seal carpet. Obama wakes, the actual Michelle sends him off to bed, and that is the end of it. Or maybe not.

Written by James Fitzmaurice (UK)