Ryan Brodesser

Rookie - 64 Points (9/16/1994 / California)

2 headed sword (revenge)


A weapon, to use to even the odds

An anger to vent, to beat with steel rods

A venom to milk, to force him to suffer long

To get him back, so that he suffer for his wrong


A hate long to nurse, but quick to act

A a vow to finish, a blood bound pact

A vow to make sure all odds are evened in the end

A clash of hate, between two once loving friends



A reason for wrath, and an urge to hurt

A fuse to burn, bright and short

Such is revenge, the path for sweetness of vengeance assured

Yet long will you bleed upon that 2 headed sword

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: revenge


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Revenge is a path taken only by the foolish, it helps nobody and in the end, both parties are left with grudges and long lasting scars. Please read and review

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