John Vogel

Rookie (March 20,1969 / Santa Rosa, California (USA))

Kidnapped - Poem by John Vogel

Everything was pretty normal, nice day, never thought anything would go awry
Got in my Focus to for for a ride, before I could put it in drive, someone grabs me from behind
Covers my eyes, felt hands dragging me, started screaming, someone gagging me
someone braggin bout how easily they bagged me, on my feet now being pushed and staggering
trying to fight but my hands tied behind me, hear them laughing around me maniacally
wish i could see, pushing me inside some kind of vehicle, strapping me down inside a seat
Finally somebody speaks to me 'keep calm and we won't have to blow out your brains'
Takes the gag out my mouth 'hey this is insane! ' I say, 'there's been some kind of mistake! '
'No mistake, if your wife don't pay, let me just say - you aint gonna live to regret it'
'But wait, we barely able to pay the rent, ransom? I don't know what the hell you expectin...'
'...but you def got the wrong guy, cause you aint gonna get a red cent for me'
'Yea' says the same gruff voice, 'well if that's the case, you gonna soon be very deceased'
Speed suddenly decreases, as we come to a stop and I feel hands grabbing me again
'We gonna see the boss' a voice informs me, 'you just better hope that you are the right man'
then someone says 'You got the wrong guy, gonna have to elimate him, take off the blindfold, mister it's time to die...'
Open my eyes expecting to see led flying, instead it's my friends and wife with a cake screaming happy birthday... SURPRISE! '

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

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