shubhajeet jeeter

Daddys Little Boy - Poem by shubhajeet jeeter

The day is normal
Sun shines bright
Birds are singing
Full of light

The sky is clear
Blue as the sea
As the day went on
It was all normal to me

The ground started to shake
The devil raged in hell
Then everything was silent
But I didn't feel well

Suddenly there was a hole
In the middle of the sky
I saw huge monsters
Pouring out from inside

I felt something within me
From deep inside
There was a pain
I could not despise

The skin on my back
Tore to shreds
As wings emerged
Causing panic and dread

Bystanders beside me
Fled far and near
I devoured them all
And tasted their fear

The Demons from the sky
Gathered Round
They bowed well below be
In a manner profound

The bloodlust within
Was controlling my brain
Thousands were slaughtered
Entirely in vain.

Demons were still waiting
For my command
I gestured to them
To kill every woman and man

I started growing fangs
I started growing claws
Ripping out hearts
Were the only cause

Soon after hours
There was no human in sight
No man woman or child
Had survived the fight

I started to float
Towards the sky
I was rising slowly
I did not know why.

As I flew upwards
The black hole drew near
Closer and closer I went
I was engulfed in fear

As I entered the portal
Right into hell
The devil was waiting
I was under his spell

When I saw Satan
I thought I was done
He greeted me
And said “Hello son”

I was shocked to hear
What the devil had to say
He was my true father
To this very day

My Father called a demon
To go bring some food
The demon did not respond
Being very rude.

The demon straightened up
Feeling strong and brave
“I no longer want
To be a slave”

My father laughed
He said “what a fool”
Ripped of his head
And made a pool

We thought it was over
But then came more
Hundreds of demons
They wanted war

The demons wanted freedom
So they started to fight
I fought beside my father
Well into the night

It was so easy
We could overpower them all
But there was so many
it was a tough brawl

We had to run
We had to hide
There was too many
We could have died

We flew away
And found a cave
We had escaped
The demon wave

My father told me
When I was born
I looked Human
I had no horns

I was taken to the human world
Placed in front of a door
My parents took me in
We began to soar

My father had told me
The humans raised me well
But when the time was right
The demons came from hell

My father was old
He had said
And very soon
He would be dead

All of his powers
Was what he offered me
I didn’t know the answer
What could it be?

I had said yes
I wanted his power
I would continue
The incredible blood shower

The devil started saying words
I didn’t understand
He made weird patterns
With his hands

He started to glow
I did not know why
An orb appeared
In front of my eye

It was me now
I was the one
The orb went into me
I was bright as the sun

Once again
I started to rise
I could feel the power
It was a surprise

Huge horns emerged
From the top of my head
Spikes shot out of my arms
They were blood red

The energy inside me
It was too strong
I closed my eyes

It all felt wrong
I then blacked out
Did not know what to do
What was happing?
I had no clue

When I woke up
I was on the floor
I was not in hell

The day is normal
Sun shines bright
Birds are singing
Full of light

Was it a dream?
I could not tell
Life was normal
All was well

Comments about Daddys Little Boy by shubhajeet jeeter

  • (4/21/2010 7:51:00 PM)

    unlike adeline, i think your poem fine.
    i really enjoyed the story line.
    some poems are short some are long
    i like this it reads like a song... :) 10

    pls write more.
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  • Adeline Foster (4/21/2010 7:07:00 PM)

    Sorry, you just used up too many of the letters of the alphabet to make any sense. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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