A Lesson In Vengeance

In the dour ages
Of drafty cells and draftier castles,
Of dragons breathing without the frame of fables,
Saint and king unfisted obstruction's knuckles

by Sylvia Plath Click to read full poem

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I shall teach you all a lesson in vengance. Kidnap the person on who you wish to exact revenge. Tie their ankles and wrists... hang them so they are on tip toes. then shoot them in the knee. they will be unable to stand and will bleed/suffocate to death. =]