Rikki Das

Murder-2 - Poem by Rikki Das

In some urban locality of Pakistan
Spreaded the ill principles of satan,
There was once a very treacherous broker
He had an indecent association with an evil kidnapper,
In that indifferent environment, something whose growth was accelerating
That was the evil practice of human Trafficking,
The kidnapper known to bear a black heart
But he was quite skillful and smart,
His occupation comprised of kidnapping dancers from the bar
He could always make lucky escapes and drove away in his old car,
The broker who was quite a fool and a joker
He actually was a heavy smoker,
The brokers purchased the dancers and gave them over at high prices to a psycho slaughter
Who would just sacrifice each dancer in turn and dispose them in waste water,
The lives of the dancers were paralyzed with fear
And made their eyes filled with tear,
The nasty activities came to the notice of a brave officer of police
That person was determined to end terror and spread peace,
Meanwhile, the kidnapper tried to kidnap some random house-maid
The brave officer observed him and shot a bullet right into middle of his head,
As a result he fell down dead on earth's bed,
The activities of the broker made him sicken
And the officer put him on fire and roasted him like tandoori chicken,
The officer was in persuit of the slaughterer
who apparently was the main antagonist and the main murderer,
The officer tracked the culprit and put up a brave fight
He wanted to bring his crime into light and hoping to make everything right,
The fight carried over to the factory of glass
Two warriors displayed great martial art over the canvas,
In the climax the officer beheaded the culprit and threw him into giant container of molten glass
And finally eradicated further spread of terror and brought peace to the mass

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 17, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, January 18, 2013

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