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Dark Poetry: Remember My Name

Updated on June 25, 2013
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You can try to overlook me

But you’ll never dismiss me

Turn your back on me again

I’ll be in your face

So close you can kiss me.


I am not a lackey

Or someone you think

You can disrespect.

Get out of pocket again

And I’m coming

Straight at your neck.


My gaze is like steel

And it pierces like daggers.

Serrated blade in hand,

Just call me the mad stabber.


I’m criminally insane,

And ready to cause pain.

Don’t f#@& with me.

Or you will

Remember my name.

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      LOL. I'm glad I'm not the only one.

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      Matthew Weese 5 years ago from Auburn

      Me too.

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      I have to write one every couple of days just to keep sane.

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      ScRuTTy 5 years ago

      Nice one! Im sure you felt better after creating this scene, poetry is a great way to relieve yourself from anger.

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      I get crazy. LOL

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      fjpteach 5 years ago from Humble, TX

      Those sound like fighting words! lol

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      AngelaFaith, let me here what you got.

      Christin53- Yes I let out some anger on this one. A life time of feeling unappreciated and overlooked.

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      Ann-Christin 5 years ago from UK

      Sounds like you let all your anger out in that poem. I did enjoy it though.

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      AngelaFaith 5 years ago

      LOL This has inspired ... um..it's fun to read the replies as well. I'll be your huckleberry....heehee

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      Anytime Matthew. LOL. Let me know what you come up wit.

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      Matthew Weese 5 years ago from Auburn

      Love the expression. -I'll bring a bomb to a gun fight-.

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      Matthew Weese 5 years ago from Auburn

      I'll bring a bomb to your gun fight...lol.....I understand the metaphor and it just inspired me to dabble with a different style for a minute.

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      Mhatter99- I'm the guy who brings a knife to a gun fight lol.

      Deep Metaphysical- Are you gonna drop a verse?

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      Deep Biswas 5 years ago from India

      This is a metaphorical expansion of the expression - "The Pen is mightier than the sword", RAWR MOFO'S BRING IT ON! :p

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      Martin Kloess 5 years ago from San Francisco

      awesome verse, good job. there are more painful things than daggers. ;)

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      Ouch! That sounds painful.

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      Matthew Weese 5 years ago from Auburn

      I am a man of words, wisdom, yup, refined. I'll strip off all your skin, your bones? I'll grind to dust.

      I am a man of words, a man who plays off of your trust,

      your knife it means not nothing,

      I have a chain saw,

      I'll start with your upper limbs,

      then with a set of scissors,

      I'll cut out both your balls.

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      Jose Velasquez 5 years ago from Lodi, New Jersey

      Why the question mark? LOL. I know it's a little over the top, but apparently I have some anger I had to get out too.

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      Angela Brummer 5 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

      Nice poem?