by Steven Beesley   Dec 28, 2012

What do I owe to be the
receiver of such injustice
from you?

Can you search within
your own black heart to
find the real reasons for
your heinous actions.

For no one shall assist you
in such an evil task, nor
give you an ounce of satifaction.

To quietly ignore the acts from
such a diabolical and fever
devoured mind shall be my best

As I watch you slowly dig a
trough that will surely be your own
grave for those who know you
will surely dance upon.

The enemy is within you, yet
you will not see him until
it is too late, for you to
recant the deeds that have
surely sealed your own fate!

If only you could cast away
all hate, but such a task is
a tall order for which you
can't accede to. Await your fate!


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  • 8 years ago

    by Robert

    All I could respond with to this poem is wow.
    Haha, I really enjoyed this poem had a little mix of sarcasm with the writers emotions. Nice work

  • 8 years ago

    by End Of Eternity

    Wow...this one was full of sarcasm/hatred & I simply loved your choice of words.

    If only life could be so simple & people could be so transparent.... :)

    all the best & take care

  • 8 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    What one sows, reaps it later and this is exactly
    the message I'm getting here. Sounds like something very wrong has been done and now
    fate will be the punisher of that person...take care.