Sargent Slaughter

Sargent Slaughter

Sargent Slaughter
Had a Daughter
Who never listened to what he taught her

Nice and sweet
So very neat
Her heart did not skip a beat

She loved all
Answered their call
Till one day she saw a brawl

A horrific sight
This bloody fight
Raged on through the starry night

Confused and amazed
Her view unfazed
Her innocent head had slowly raised

Now in fighter’s view
As their blood did spew
Her father’s words became more askew

Winner declared
She was scared
As the victors attention was flared

Towards her red hair
His eyes did stare
Giving out a devil’s prayer

She began to run
But the damage was done
For him this meant only more fun

Giving chase
He did erase
Every bit of Miss Slaughter’s grace

Sargent Slaughter
Went in search of his daughter
Finding her body below the water

Anger and sorrow
His soul did borrow
For some power to last till tomorrow

Off he went
In search of Trent
Who’s soul was just as bent

Trent could see
The past of she
For the proper payment of his fee

Telling Slaughter
About his daughter
And how she ended up under water

Off to find that fighter
Grabbing gas and a lighter
His heart becoming ever tighter

Finding this man
He released his plan
And his revenge slowly began

Beating him down
He wore a frown
As he lit him on fire then forced him to drown


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Poet and cook, I'm just starting out in the web world trying to grow a fan base for my poetry, it seems like its off to a good start and the site is also made for me to improve upon my writing skills so please rate and comment on the poems you like best, feedback is the greatest way to success thanks for checking me out and my site. View all posts by shoelessboywonder

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