Robbie Hunt

Rookie (14/03/1994 / Australia)

I Am Death =]

The call comes
From the underworld[head teacher]
He is to be taken
Against his will[from class]
To face the immortals
Of death and of hell[school],
To take responsibilty for his actions[getting in trouble]
His fate rests in their hands.

But unfortunately I am not trusting them,
For they are kiniving,
Blood thirsty, hell-hounds -
also known as teachers.

Now as he waits in the valley of death[hallway]
I count down to his demise.

Tragedy strikes,
They rip out his soul
And force him into the 'pit'[detention room],
The most gruesome of places
Filled with all kinds of scum
Mad scientists[geeks]
And the worst of all;

I am death itself
I strike fear into the eyes
Of all unwilling souls
I crush any that stand in my way.

I am the Principal.

Submitted: Thursday, October 15, 2009
Edited: Thursday, October 15, 2009

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Comments about this poem (I Am Death =] by Robbie Hunt )

  • Rookie Ian Bowen (10/15/2009 7:01:00 AM)

    Robbie, enjoyed the way you wrote this, especially the use of the asides. Your surprise ending was well thought out. You deserve a ten for your invention.10/10
    Ian (Report) Reply

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