Custous Angelus

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Ladies and Gentleman
Let me introduce you the modern superhero
The judger of crimes
The punisher of sinners
The guardian of the powerless
Let me introduce you the mighty Netizen
See how he have quickly judged thousands of people
See how quickly he put life out of these evil doers
Can’t he take it slow?
No the justice must be swift
Therefore he does not have time to think
Where does he get his information?
The first one he hears
What if its false?
He is a superhero! He should know
See how he triumph over the foolish evildoers so proudly
And quickly disappear when they die
As a superhero he keeps his identity secret
And never confront the villain himself
See how he defends the powerless against the powerful
And see how quickly he changes his minds
Isn’t he just being light eared?
No superhero must be quick to listen to more voice of public
And change his stance as many times as he needs to
See how easily he is manipulated but still defends
And see how he quickly melts away at the sight of police interference
Does villains how dare they cowardly call the police
So that our hero must swiftly go into hiding
See how he shows no mercy to anyone
That is a superhero
Now ladies and gentleman give our hero a round of applause
Oh wait! He is not even here!
Alas our hero keeps his identity a top secret
So ladies and gentleman please forgive our hero’s incompetance

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: humor

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