Unholy Daughters

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A story-poem of three terrible, despicable, conniving, lecherous, women; that were not very nice.

Submitted: February 28, 2017

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With torrents of trouble came Three

The unholy daughters of Slagerstone Lee

Men were their lunch, dinner, or brunch,

After they'd hang them from the nearest tree.

 

They loved to watch them swing in the breeze

After begging for life on bended knees.

But none were spared, not one woman cared,

They robed, murdered, and carved them in threes.

 

This went on for a very long time,

Each was a travesty and a hideous crime.

 Then justice came calling, slashing and mauling,

As they dined on Malcolm Mac Lime.

 

Out of the shadows came a frightening sight,

As fast as the wind and dark as the night.

It slashed those women like a hell-bent Demon

And finished each off with a cavernous bite.

 

Well that was the end of those sisters in crime,

For those savage daughters had run out of time.

They were taken by surprise by demonic cries,

A Ware-wolf and the brother of Malcolm Mac Lime.

 

D. Thurmond/JEF

02-17-2017

 

 


© Copyright 2018 D. Thurmond, aka, JEF. All rights reserved.

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