Michael Gale

Rookie (? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Crimes Most Punished Of Times. - Poem by Michael Gale

Why are car salesmen so dishonest?
Accident attorneys are ambulance chasers equipped with police scanners in their home and office and cars.
Dishonest judges and politicians are constant liars.
Gullable clients are uninformed unsuspecting buyers.
Child molesters and killers need to be removed from our city streets.
Rapist's need to be shot between the sheets.
Killers and their like should be sent to stay on a large deserted island.
They can kill each other and be on their own.
That would be justice commited by them far away from us and totally alone.
Maybe sex offenders could have their sex organs removed.
This in turn would keep the filthy scum from getting their tools stuck in unwanted grooves.
Money is what impregnates greed to crime.
Crooks should stay locked up for all eternity's time.
When will hell on earth meet it's end?
Jesus Christ one day will come down to judge and to all justly tend.


Comments about Crimes Most Punished Of Times. by Michael Gale

  • (3/19/2006 3:44:00 AM)


    How fortunate we are to have the honesty of poetry. The truth is always found either in the poem or the poet. You showed us the truth is this poem, Michael! As you said, Jesus is coming! ! I think your poem is great, and deserves an honest 10. (Report) Reply

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  • (3/18/2006 2:05:00 PM)


    There is a part in all of us that is capable of commiting crime.Sad, unfortunate, but true.
    Where would we be in different circumstances? Would we be so different? What divides the them, from us.' Let he who casts the first stone'.Intentional or not we are all capable of crime or disorder.I believe that if we aim to be good and follow Jesus Christ's message then perhaps, , just maybe, we will fall somewhere close to what he intended.I have known some great people who have wronged another at some stage in their life.We can only hope to learn from our mistakes.Listen to the lessons if we can.Then if we decide to change for the better I hope that we put our all into it.Michael, there is so much that can be said on your write and I want to thankyou for addressing our faults as I think this can tell us so much more about ourselves then we would normally choose to see.Great write Love Duncan.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 18, 2006



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