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These Bloodthirsty Devils - Poem by hjk mhkh

These bloodthirsty devils
Suck at lethal levels
They whiz and fly by
But they shall fall down and die
I hate their guts for I have been maimed
By their high pitched noises that ever flamed
Their sharp daggers pierced through my thin leather
To drain the precious liquid from my vessels
They fly away like a wind-blown feather
They carry my crimson blood in their kettles
And feast like wolves
These bloodthirsty devils
No hammer or blade can take them down
But a well read book shall smite them
In their midnight gown
They hunt with their bloody blades from the hour of dusk
But tonight all that shall remain are their worthless husks
They troubled many evenings with their buzzing and hissing
I must finish this bidding, to end their miserable living
Armed with the might and fury of many awoken men
I shall banish these beasts to an exile
Where even the light has never been
The existence of these creatures is quite perilous
For they are so stubborn and vicious
They invade houses of peasants and dukes these fearless rebels
And they go by the name of Mosquitoes
These bloodthirsty devils

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 27, 2012

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