Major Malfunction

Major Malfunction

A Poem by Sasha
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You ungrateful little beast.

Who do you think you're talking to?

Certainly not the same woman that struggled

and sacrificed so you can lead your shameful,

meaningless existence.

Not the same woman

that carried your sorry a*s for nine months,

and continues to take care of you

while putting a roof over your empty head.

Who the hell do you think you are?

You think texting your little numbskull,

know-nothing friends all day makes you an adult? 

Makes you better than her?!

Larger than life, right?

Let me tell you something, CHILD.

You can NEVER repay her for what she has done.

Don't you EVER raise your voice to her again.

Do not talk back to her -

don't even breathe too hard -

or I swear on everything unholy,

I will do more than witness with a burning face,

feeling my heart race,

OVERTAKEN by vehement rage.

Even if the devil himself is standing next to you

pulling your strings, do your best to resist him,

because my glare alone will be enough to end you.

Whatever you do, however bold and rebellious

you think you are, DON'T YOU DARE EVER

disrespect my mother. 

You pathetic m**********r. 


© 2010 Sasha



Author's Note

Sasha
My audience should be "Immature" since this one goes out to all the snot-nosed ingrates of the world. Not getting your way is not cause enough to disrespect your parents.
Know your place, you insolent little shit.

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Hahaha!! This is just the sort of thing a whole load of kids these days should be told by anyone that happens to pass them by..! Unfortunately, in this day and age this is called "abuse" and the kid would probably take out a civil lawsuit against you for "psychological maltreatment" or some equally ridiculous accusation. But these words do need to be said - even if only through a poem.. The important thing is that they are still 'thought'... even if we are constrained by law and society from saying what's on our minds...
This should be up on the wall in every classroom and youth club and games room throughout the world: BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU. (or sister)

Posted 7 Years Ago


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So, if this is directed to the pathetic m**********r, about disrespecting your mother, does that make it a rant at your dad?
In all seriousness though, very bold, vehement, worth the rise in blood pressure from the first line.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Whew... this one is exhuasting to a rather enlightening fault. Gets he heart racing a bit, just crosses that line where you have to wonder if this idea is correct or just completely distateful itself. Two thumbs up!

Posted 7 Years Ago


nice!!!!!

I agree totally. ((nothing else to say))

Posted 7 Years Ago


you come out quite strong. though i do agree that no matter what, your never exempt from respecting your parents. wish it was as easy as your poem makes it seam.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Hahaha!! This is just the sort of thing a whole load of kids these days should be told by anyone that happens to pass them by..! Unfortunately, in this day and age this is called "abuse" and the kid would probably take out a civil lawsuit against you for "psychological maltreatment" or some equally ridiculous accusation. But these words do need to be said - even if only through a poem.. The important thing is that they are still 'thought'... even if we are constrained by law and society from saying what's on our minds...
This should be up on the wall in every classroom and youth club and games room throughout the world: BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU. (or sister)

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on June 3, 2010
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Tags: poetry, RAGE, grattitude > attitude, say I won't

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Sasha
Sasha

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