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Revenge

Poem By jennifer jane pryce

You sent a trogon horse to me
All cloaked in dark so cold
You sent it through the Internet
I had to watch unfold

It spat at me some venom,
Then along came all the hate
It burnt my face and eyeballs out
And told me of my fate

I was to spend the rest of time
Loveless and forlorn
And all because I told you
It was time that you were gone

The anger rose inside of me
And then turned into hate
I couldn’t understand your right
To control my fate

I need now to protect myself
From hateful spiteful pirates
And so I have decided dear
To send a deadly virus.

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hi. who was the revenge against. interesting plan to send a virus. nasty but brill. whats its back ground. i like it. it'd be great with guitars and things
This is SUCH AN AWSOME POEM. I love how she conveys revenge to be, It's WOW! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


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