Hebert Logerie

Gold Star - 27,186 Points (Haiti)

Death Of The Most Hated Terrorist - Poem by Hebert Logerie

It is universally known that crime does not pay.
In hindsight, it is only fitting that the elusive architect
Of 911 was not hiding in the labyrinth of a century-old cave,
Instead, the al-Qaeda mastermind was living in a hi-tech
Mansion, with all sorts of technological amenities,
At his disposal. He knew how to assemble the enemies
Of Peace, Freedom, Liberty and Happiness.
This modern day Führer has killed thousand of innocent lives,
And has cost trillions of dollars to the world in time and security,
That fortune could better be used to treat or cure cancer,
And other diseases that kill and cripple our people every hour
Of the day. Today is a joyful occasion for humanity.
Few are sad when criminals, bandits, which carry sharp knives
And illicit weapons, find themselves out of breath,
Where they have no place to hide, but only to face death,
The ultimate justice for pariahs, who cause infinite harm,
And suffering to our peaceful communities.
This is a momentous and indeed historic time for families,
Who have wept and shed so many tears. Today, our hearts are warm,
Elated and are looking forward for better days.
No words can explain the magnitude of this event.
Right now, we all can breathe a little easier and chant:
Long live Justice, Peace, Unity and Happy Days.
Congratulations to America!
Congratulations to President Obama!
That was a well-done job by the United States of America.
Now, the world and pundits can see that Brother Obama
Has more vital and crucial issues at hand to solve,
Instead of worrying about frivolous and spurious myths.
Hence, let us be fair and just to each other, let us love
Our fellow humans; keep on fighting and defeating the extremists.

(May 1st. 2011)

Listen to this poem:

Comments about Death Of The Most Hated Terrorist by Hebert Logerie

There is no comment submitted by members..

Read this poem in other languages

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.

I would like to translate this poem »

word flags

What do you think this poem is about?

Poem Submitted: Monday, May 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 4, 2011

[Report Error]