Ayesha Tulkubra

Rookie - 76 Points (Rawalpindi)

Vengeance


Again I'm down this road.
With a plenty to smoke.
But I'm not the rust to corrode.
Got my guns loaded this time in my cloak.

You left me there to rot.
But I was not the one to get caught.
Returned with vengeance to kill your lot.
Sparing my life, I think wasn't a good thought.

Did you think twice while striking hammer to his throat.
He was my dad on the door.
The one you butchered like a goat.
Now I'm his lion to roar. Insanely wild to the core.

Two bullets were all to bring my brother's fall.
Just cause he was on the site.
Even mom was taken when she returned from the mall.
You pushed her off the roof with might.

I was hiding in the attic.
Thought my brother would seek me soon.
The clock went tick, tick, tick.
No one came up but the gloomy moon.

Amidst the stink of blood.
I found myself sinking around death.
Closed my eyes but breaking through was a tear's flood.
Promised, one day I'll torture you to merciless death.

So I'm here to repay.
Not with that filthy money you lent my fam.
But to see your corpse to decay.
If I were a cannabalist, would have eaten you for ham.

Its time for you to pray.I'm at your door.
With a plenty to smoke.
But I'm not that little kid anymore.
Got my guns loaded this time in my cloak.

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: revenge


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Inspired by the movie, 'Lucky number Slevin'

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