Treasure Island

Amy Kerswell

(04 06 1987 / Bath UK)

Immoral Bastards

Some bastards are immoral.
Rapists and pedophiles.
Are they more than immoral?
Yes they are.
There beasts
And something not quite real.

Some day theyll get it
Get their just deserts.
The saying goes.
What goes around
Comes around.

I'll be living proof of it.
When I chop them up.
I have to get my own back.

before I get
More and more
Angry bitter and twisted.

They must pay.
I will make them pay.
And beg for mercy.

I'll be like a yelling banche.
I will get them.#
What do I have
Have left to lose?

Submitted: Monday, June 12, 2006
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  • Dave Condon (12/24/2006 1:38:00 PM)

    I don't think pedophiles are immoral.
    I don't think they should be compared to rapists.
    I don't think pedophiles are beasts.
    I don't think there is anything wrong with being attracted to children if that's the way a person is, however I think child abuse is bad and immoral. (Report) Reply

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