brian roy skyers


Blue Chip Scam.


BLUE CHIP SCAM.


YOU SO CALLED TRAVEL COMPANY BLUE CHIP
YOU ONLY KNOW TO STEAL AND RIP

YOU ROBBER, INTERNET SCAMMER
NO DIFFERENT TO A FLY-BY-NIGHT
YOU COWARD, DON’T DARE TO STAND AND FIGHT
THE RUSTLING YOU WILL HEAR IS THE TURNING IN HER GRAVE BY YOUR MAMA

THAT CLICKING MOUSE MUST FEEL SO SWEET
REMEMBER..ALL THINGS COME TO AN END
THE TIME HAS PASSED TO MAKE AMENDS
YOU’LL FEEL YOUR COLLAR BEING LIFTED…RIGHT OFF YOUR FEET

I HOPE ONE DAY YOU’RE BROUGHT TO BOOK
IN A FOREIGN JAIL WHERE YOU SLOWLY COOK
YOU’LL GET YOURS SOMEWHERE
YOU’LL KNOW THE TASTE OF FEAR.


BRIAN ROY SKYERS

09.11.2011

Submitted: Saturday, October 01, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Blue Chip Scam. by brian roy skyers )

  • Bronze Star - 5,586 Points Bri Edwards (11/19/2012 5:35:00 PM)

    brian, how did you get away with submitting a poem with all CAPITALS? you must have some pull somewhere or be a lot smarter than i am; that wouldn't take much. i enjoyed your work/play, whatever you want to call it. unfortunately sometimes crime does pay. i've even been tempted...........no, not really. i also hope he/she gets it in the end. poor mama. bri (Report) Reply

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