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City Police Drama

Updated on October 8, 2015

An Arrest

It was an arrest,

at best,

so he waited five minutes more,

then he busted down the door,

there stood a dark skinned,

pear shape kid,

wearing a baseball cap, catcher style

with a torn lid,

his rights had to wait awhile,

and his thoughts coated,

the kid’s face was bloated,

then he took a swing and he missed,

the detective was shocked and pissed,

he kicked the kid down to the ground,

and threatened to drag him downtown,

the kid took another shot,

but the seasoned detective would duck,

twisted the kid’s arm,

as the kid managed a decent eye-fuck,

but shaken suddenly by the burglar alarm,

the detective pulled out his cuffs,

thought about making it rough,

but luck just filled his cup,

the kid actually pushed his arms forward,

palms up.



She remained undressed,

everything exposed,

but the desk sergeant was unimpressed,

he tossed his coat at her,

knocking over his coffee cup,

and she was ordered to cover herself up,

she thought he’d make passes,

but he didn’t,

peering at her over the top

of his reading glasses,

quiet, and nothing left to say,

she coughs, then grinds a cigarette

into an overburdened ashtray,

everything she tried, failed,

she was to be sent to city prison,

locked-up, and jailed.

© 2011 Frank Atanacio


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    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      thank you carrie

    • carrie Lee Night profile image

      Kept private 3 years ago from Northeast United States

      Very intresting :). Truly a humbled fan. Keep up the awesome works.