Gordon Somebody


Gordon Somebody Poems

1. Poetic Justice 4/10/2007
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Poetic Justice

I sat there smoking cigarettes

My memory active with varied vignettes
Of sordid acts and lurid crimes
And how I miss those treasured times
Where right was right, and wrong was wrong
And evil men did not belong

I felt alive to hunt them down
Turn a wicked smile to frown
To bear my wrath on their wicked head
With any luck, they'd soon be dead.

A forty-five, a length of rope
A bathroom towel, a bar of soap.
A length of chain, a baseball bat
Some cooking oil, a red-hot vat.
Gasoline and a cattle prod
A meth junkie... name of Claude
A male...

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