I Am The Fighter - Poem by Randy McClave
I don't care if you are a trucker or a biker
Don't you dare ever mess with me a fighter,
We are the warriors and the gladiators
We are meaner and tougher than alligators.
You drive your truck and you ride your motorbike
While we exercise and jog and sprint and hike,
We need no weapons or gangs as we fight alone
You cannot beat us, we are hard to dethrone.
So before you mouth off to me, you had better withdraw
I will knock out your teeth and then break your jaw,
And then that brief moment before you begin to cry
I will bust your nose and then blacken your eye.
To your gang or group you might act like you're tough
But dirt or lies and even boasts doesn't make you rough,
When you see me coming you had better not open your mouth
Keep it shut! Before I knock you down south.
You can ride your motorcycle or you can drive your truck
But if you want to fight me, you had better pray to GOD for luck,
Look at my fists and at the busted knuckles and the scars
I have beaten many men in the ring, and on the street and in the bars.
If you think I am afraid of you or any man you had better think again
When I fight, I always fight to destroy and I will always win,
I am a fighter and I was trained to battle, and I love to fight
I alone am my own strength and also my own might.
Fighting is my religion it is in my blood and my creed
My fists and I are happy when they cause my opponents to suffer and bleed,
Who you think you are or who you are with, I really don't care!
As I am fighter and a warrior! So you had better watch your step and beware!
Randy L. McClave
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