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              A Murder 

She was smiling like a crazed psychopath. 
She glanced at her sharp blade and a gun. 
No one could escape from a woman's wrath. 
Who thought that murder could be fun?

She sipped slowly, relishing every drop of her coffee. 
She thought he had to pay a heavy price. 
He had her begging for mercy. 
He was arrogant, misogynistic, and not very nice. 

Years of tolerance had broken away, 
Forcing her to give up her submissive attitude. 
This man was no longer welcome to stay. 
He lacked empathy, kindness, and gratitude. 

She thought of her plan to make him pay. 
And make him plead for his life. 
And make him wish he was gay. 
He didn't deserve a loving wife. 

She thought, "'I am going to bash him on his head.
To see his scattered brain. 
And hit him until he is dead. 
He won't trouble me ever again."

Now, you are getting creeped out. 
But you don't have to worry. 
This is a plot of a novel, don't shout. 
A mystery writer is penning her story. 

A stray dog dug a hole in her backyard. 
And the peeping neighbor let out a scream. 
The writer came out carrying a piece of glass shard. 
She eyed the skeleton and the neighbor with a wicked gleam.

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10 thoughts on “A MURDER : POEM BY ME

  1. What a mystery writer, and what a plot of novel, that too in a poetic way! Well done, Aparna ji. Only you can do it πŸ‘πŸ˜ŠπŸ’πŸ’–


  2. Wow! Wow! Wow! Wonderful and awesome! Dear Aparna very creative, strong emotions, feels like it’s real, a plot of a novel… Love it! Thank’s for share. Have a lvely day full of blessings and hapiness! Enjoy yout coffee!

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  3. Thank you so much, my dear sweet Elvira. Have a fantastic week and enjoy. 😊😊❀❀❀❀


  4. You are welcome dear Aparna.
    Always a pleasure, Have a fantastic day as well! πŸ™β˜ΊοΈβ˜ΊοΈπŸ’–β€οΈπŸ’–β€οΈπŸŒΈ


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