Some Words for the Wisejack

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Me venting


Listen you stupid wise jack! Judge me I will aim at you back

Pulling out accusations and throwing them into my heart sack

But it’s ironic because here you are calling the kettle black

Condemning me for my innate rage while you also ponder payback


Here, let me push you off the horse’s back

You sit like a bored sniper launching an attack

But you’re nothing so how can you judge what others lack?

Throw away that moral badge you flash cuz you’re a quack


Keep criticizing and name calling and talking your smack

I wanna play the blame game too; in fact I’ll write an almanac

I’ll leave you cupping your genitals like a soccer free kick at the man pack

And then leave you wincing like a startled yak


You won’t persuade me; your words are kack

I won’t tolerate you long or I’ll crack

Cuz you make me wanna put my fist through a metal plaque

Every muscle in my body is racked


I know it seems like a smokestack

But my nerves are as swift as a line back

And my sanity never fails to get hijacked

Every time you think you’ll teach me a lesson and talk back


I just wish I could pull back, pause, and then ransack

All this turmoil and then throw it all into one big knapsack

Cuz I’m tired of traversing this stupid little cul-de-sac

Like some retarded, half dead, half crazed maniac


I know the tone of this negative soundtrack

Is barbarous, pessimistic, negative, like something with an anorak

But I got to get this off my chest or I’ll be mentally wrecked and racked

So I spit out this rhymes like a chronic diarrhea stack


Submitted: November 11, 2011

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