Treasure Island

Moostef Vosti


Vengeance


An eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth policy
Taking down anybody on the wrong
A thorny heart ready to prick an emotion

Then happiness will come in victory
When inhumane builds up in the pot of fury
And anger frowns and bubbles in rage

Uncontrollable random thoughts in mind like lasers
Anger flickering in the eyes and burning red hot
Take to your safety you animal before you get butchered

The one taking it feel satisfaction beckoning
He can smell it a distant mile
It is wrapped up in a bitter sweet taste
Instant loathe and disregard to the recipient pops up from nowhere
Conscience screaming loudly against it
You give it a dead ear treatment
You can feel pain bulging out
You choose to execute it without delay
You are a murder on a mission and the result is proof
To you those for forgiveness are only cross followers

Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2012
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