Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffrey Dahmer

A Poem by J.R. Asor_28

Biographical poem about the infamous serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer.


Never wanted to be born this way

Many lives of man I slayed

In my chamber, they all decay

Some of them, I mostly ate


The murders started in 1978

When I bludgeoned a man to death

Aghast, I stood; heavily, I breathe  

As I inhume his corpse beneath


Nine years has passed

And they never caught my act

I killed and killed and killed

‘Til life is filled with thrill


No regression came to mind

As I lure them with kind

Not alarum, their deaths await

Once they enter my chamber


I drunk them, drugged them, do what I please

 Handcuffed them, strangled them ‘til they cease

Dismembered bodies filled my chamber

Malodorous scent started to wander


Wondered, wondered, and wondered

As I was captured ‘cause of my blunder

I was threatened, beaten, and murdered

Fom trauma I've suffered, my life has now departed.

© 2013 J.R. Asor_28

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Jeff played too much with his food...mother always warned me about that.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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J.R. Asor_28
J.R. Asor_28

Homer, GA

Hey! My name is John Rick Asor. Just call me me John if you want. I'm 18 years old turning 19 on April 28. Such a big fan of poetry. Books, a little. It depends if they're about the supernaturals like.. more..


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