Akeem Mair

Rookie - 482 Points (September 16,1988 / Pasadena, California)

Spider-Man - Poem by Akeem Mair

Just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man
swinging From building to building
responding to the screams of in danger children
and saving the ladies
from the grasp of the evil villains
Peter Parker my alias,
a chemical spider had bit me and made me this
I Saved the whole world
and now the whole world knows I'm famous
My uncle use to say 'with great power
comes great responsibility'
I guess my powers
made me a powerful leader in my city
Which made some jealous enemies
who now wants a piece of me
Well anyone can come and get it,
my spider senses is tingling
I feel them all coming for me
but I ain't running from anything
I'll be shootin webs and slinging bombs
back at the green goblin
I had bullies use to bully me
From way back then
Until I transformed into a superhero from a spider
now they won't lay a hand
My friends can't recognize me now
because I'm a different man
Even Mary Jane changed feelings
Saved her from some evil minions
Then I kissed her upside down
hanging from a tall building
Saved a couple of civilians
And now the newspapers think
that I'm doing bad dealings
But it doesn't matter because they know
deep down their a fan
Of the amazing red and blue web slinger
named Spider-Man

Topic(s) of this poem: hero


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Dedication to Spider-Man

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2015

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 19, 2015


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