Rachel Willcox

Rookie (23 Aug / London)

Rob Zombie - Poem by Rachel Willcox

When I see the picture on my wall, it doesnt fade me or make me fall.
I see the face trying to be full of hate, but those eyes will not co-operate.
With your films I first heard your name, but it was your music that shot you to fame.
The films are mad, so weird and scary, my mum thinks your extremely hairy.
When I hear that said about you, I try to say its not how you look but what you do.
Your mind is crazy, completely mad, full of weird things even if they can be bad.
Your crazy work, I admire so.. I like to see the way you go.
The return to music is also good, I just wish you'd play in my neighbourhood.
This little rhyme was written about you, to prove that your work does get through.
From a fan who loves your crazy way, even if the influence stays at bay.
So thank you Mr Zombie for all you do, the showbiz world really does need you!

(not my best piece but its just a dedication to an amazing star)


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010



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