Sunday, September 2, 2007
I am just a picture taker
still bioscopewallah camera
see a moment capture
a bit of PSD but no picture faker
it is the Holy Truth
between me and my Maker
the Girl Child
an accidental birth
the world will forsake her
like the diaphanous wings
of a dragon fly
catch her and break her
add to the wealth
of the profit maker
fate cruel fate
even terminal tears
on tin foiled cheeks
or shake her
no circuit breaker
on hells half acre
they who will rob her virginity
on the marital bed
her abused body
a bleeding crucifix
on which they will stake her
even the Mosque will
turn its back
Gods Full acre
The Mullah was born to Rule
The Child begs and won’t go to school
Kabool Kabool Kabol and handed over to a fool
Like her own mother who begs
the kitchen and home refuel
husband with triple talaq
will get a new woman
Kal ka Sapna paisa Vasool
Paheli bar tho ho gayi Bhool
Nayi Biwi Naya Zamana
Ek Mali na jane kitne Phool
The Mullah was born to Rule
religious sectarian sagas unspool
shias sunnies deobandhies tabblikis
comes the riots all slaughtered as Muslims
good bad and the ugly blood splattered
swimming pools ...
Ek Allah Ek Rasool
EkAllah ho Akbar
Baki sab ankhon ka Dhool
The Mullah was born to Rule
blood splatterd scriptures ,
broken strings of Tazbis,
trampled skull caps ,
a single Wise Man
and the rest written of as
gullible god fearing
like a forgotten chapter
in closed down schools..
our collective destiny
loaded on bigotry
of blinded mules.
here all who hate me will agree
ancestral animosity per se
including my detractor this rhesus no1 monkey
as I was hanging on to Word Press branches
on a tree
growing blogs on a Tree of Knowledge
fruits I share all free
multicolored ass martyred for the wrong reasons
cybernetic hate on a shadow boxing spree
penetrative eyes of a photographer this one
emulsifying wordless visual poetry
giving a picture a new life
the magic called
f stops zone system
archival shit crap
rusty lock sucked by a rusty key
to be a good photographer
you need to breathe
the core ..of this beauty
not getting lost in a depth of field
going round and round the mulberry bush
of a undigitalised pictorial periphery
a corrupted nikon body soulless sorrow called
a disaster D70..
wheel chair bound
a master craftsman Girish Mistry
bw jatkar malushte
dronacharya kg maheshwari
at their feet I found
my photographic destiny
within the hallowed temple
Photographic Society of India
a gift from Mr GC Patel
I am every month visited by this monkey his handler is a poor woman from Kalwa, this is one horny monkey as the moment he enters my shop he goes straight for my pet toy dogs ass.. I had posted these pictures but deleted them, as the moral culture vulture police …days of pictorial humor are gone…lovemaking on the rocks is a thing of the past…no holding hands, no looking into the eyes of your beloved..kissing is total taboo.. but you can see male genitalis from moving trains as they shit on the tracks, you can see Indian posteriors at Carter Road , as they shit …on the rocks…
I am shooting some of these guys at work, a new gallery..Shit hits the Face on the Rocks
Stressing that they were not his own words, he quoted Emperor Manual II Paleologos of the Byzantine Empire, the Orthodox Christian empire which had its capital in what is now the Turkish city of Istanbul.
The emperors words were, he said: "Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached."
Benedict said "I quote" twice to stress the words were not his and added that violence was "incompatible with the nature of God and the nature of the soul".
Pope Benedict XVI
Need to put his own house in order
Roman Catholic priests
Cassocked bursting libido
repressed sexually starved
Lustered eyed Lust
an incurable genetic disorder
Sweet assed , succulent Irish kids
As their food and as fodder
Custom made delicacies
Also on male order
the Church pays out
Millions before a court orders
I don’t say this
But the world news recorders
Bosnia and killings
Popes spiritual legacy
Tarnished Temporal order
The Pope I thinks suffers from
Jehadi delusions Islam phobic
Creating new borders
the Popes excuse for
His Anti Islamic remarks
I did not say it
Of a Man of his stature
a Head of a
His Holiness should heal.. with Words Deeds like Jesus Christ... need of the hour.. in a World gone Insane..and also think of Christians that live as minorities in fanatical atmosphere of fundamentalist Hate in some countries...
We as Indians believe in Live and Let Others Live.
This is from my older poems..
Mate wish you many Fathers
Very Happy Day
Were they as bad as you are any way
A seed that became
a poisonously ugly plant today
an Australian racist poet
who loves cheeky little
Bim Boys from Bombay
Gangubai the Gonorrheal Whore
remembers you by the way
for sucking your little genital finger
services you did not pay
she says in case you
get a boil down there
those are sweet memories
of poetic love from India
she wanted to repay
hopes that you
the famous son of Tweed Heads
will give her Head one day
(Beheading that will never be forgotten was that of Hazrat Imam Hussain favorite grandson of the Holy Prophet by Shimr under the orders of Yazid of the Ummayad Caliphate at Karbala 1400years back -my words )
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Beheading with a sword or axe goes back a very long way in history, because like hanging, it was a cheap and practical method of execution in early times when a sword or an axe was always readily available.
The Greeks and the Romans considered beheading a less dishonourable (and less painful) form of execution than other methods in use at the time. The Roman Empire used beheading for its own citizens whilst crucifying others.
Beheading was widely used in Europe and Asia until the 20th century, but now is confined to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Yemen and Iran. One man was reportedly beheaded in Iran in 2003 – the first for many years. It remains a lawful method in the other two countries, although no executions by this method have been reported.
Beheading was used in Britain up to 1747 (see below) and was the standard method in Norway (abolished 1905), Sweden (up to 1903), Denmark and Holland (abolished 1870), and was used for some classes of prisoners in France (up until the introduction of the guillotine in 1792) and in Germany up to 1938.
China also used it widely, until the communists came to power and replaced it with shooting in the 20th century. Japan too used beheading up to the end of the 19th century prior to turning to hanging.
Saudi Arabia - beheading in the 21st century.
Saudi Arabia uses public beheading as the punishment for murder, rape, drug trafficking, sodomy, armed robbery, apostasy and certain other offences. Forty five men and 2 women were beheaded in 2002, a further 52 men and 1 woman in 2003 and 35 men and a woman in 2004. Executions rose in 2005 with 88 men and 2 women being beheaded and then reduced to 35 men and four women in 2006.
The condemned of both sexes are given tranquillisers and then taken by police van to a public square or a car park after midday prayers. Their eyes are covered and they are blindfolded. The police clear the square of traffic and a sheet of blue plastic sheet about 16 feet square is laid out on the ground.
Dressed in their own clothes, barefoot, with shackled feet and hands cuffed behind their back, the prisoner is led by a police officer to the centre of the sheet where they are made to kneel facing Mecca. An Interior Ministry official reads out the prisoner's name and crime to the crowd.
Saudi Arabia uses a traditional Arab scimitar which is 1000-1100 mm long. The executioner is handed the sword by a policeman and raises the gleaming scimitar, often swinging it two or three times in the air to warm up his arm muscles, before approaching the prisoner from behind and jabbing him in the back with the tip of the blade, causing the person to raise their head. (see photo) Then with a single swing of the sword the prisoner is decapitated.
Normally it takes just one swing of the sword to sever the head, often sending it flying some two or three feet. Paramedics bring the head to a doctor, who uses a gloved hand to stop the fountain of blood spurting from the neck. The doctor sews the head back on, and the body is wrapped in the blue plastic sheet and taken away in an ambulance. Burial takes place in an unmarked grave in the prison cemetery.
Beheadings of women did not start until the early 1990’s, previously they were shot. Forty women have been publicly beheaded up to the end of 2006.
Most executions take place in the three major cities of Riyadh, Jeddah and Dahran. Saudi executioners take great pride in their work and the post tends to be handed down from one generation to the next.
Equipment for beheading.
There were two distinct forms of beheading - by the sword and by the axe. Where a person was to be decapitated with a sword, a block is not used and they are generally made to kneel down although they could, if short, be executed standing up, and in Germany women were sometimes allowed to sit in a chair.
A typical European execution sword was 36-48 inches (900-1200 mm) long and 2 to 2-1/2 inches (50-65mm) wide with the handle being long enough for the executioner to use both hands to give maximum leverage. It will weigh around 4 lbs. (2 Kg.)
Where an axe was the chosen implement, a wooden block often shaped to accept the neck, was required. Two patterns of block were used, the high block, 18-24 inches (450-600 mm) high, where the prisoner knelt in front of it and lent forward so that the neck rested on the top or lay on a low bench with their neck over the block. The neck on a high block presented an easier target due to the head pointing slightly downwards, thus bringing the neck into prominence. It also meant that the axe was at a better angle at that point in the arc of the stroke to meet the neck full on.
The high block was favoured in later times in Britain and was standard in Germany up to the 1930's.
Some countries used a low block where the person lies full length and puts there neck over the small wooden block which is just a few inches high. This arrangement was used in Sweden where some 600 people, including nearly 200 women, were beheaded in the 19th century until manual beheading was replaced by the guillotine in 1903. This drawing is of the execution of 48 year old Anna Månsdotter in Kristianstad, southern Sweden on 7th of August 1890. She was the last woman to be executed in Sweden and had been convicted of strangling her daughter-in-law, Hanna Johansdotter. Anna was having an incestuous relationship with her son, Per, who received a life sentence for his part in the crime.
The low block presented the executioner with certain difficulties. The arc prescribed by the axe as he brought it down meant that the blade was at quite an angle to the prisoner's neck making it more difficult to sever the head with a single blow. In Anna's case, it passed through her lower jaw which was left attached to her neck.
Two patterns of axe were also used - the pattern used in Britain, which was developed from the traditional woodsman's axe, has a blade about one foot 8 inches (500 mm) high by 10 inches (250 mm) wide with a 5 foot (1525 mm) long handle. In Germany, the axe was like a larger version of a butcher's cleaver, again the handle was long enough for the headsman to use both hands.
Beheading in Britain.
In Britain, beheading was introduced during the reign of William the Conqueror for the execution of Waltheof, Earl of Northumberland in 1076. It was confined to those of noble birth who were convicted of treason, or in a very few cases murder. Several members of Royalty were beheaded, including Charles 1st, Anne Boleyn, Mary Queen of Scots and Lady Jane Grey. Many other Earls, Lords and Knights, including Sir Walter Raleigh, and even some Bishops were beheaded.
The majority of English beheadings took place at the Tower of London. Seven were carried out in private within the grounds, of which 5 were of women and just over 100 on Tower Hill outside the walls of the Tower, where there stood a permanent scaffold from 1485. Only a very small number of beheadings were carried out elsewhere, as the Tower was the principal prison for traitors. It should be noted that treason often meant displeasing the monarch, rather than in any way betraying the country.
The spot indicated as "The site of the scaffold" on Tower Green which visitors can see today was not used for all of the 7 private beheadings although the plaque implies this.
Those beheaded in private on Tower Green were Lord Hastings in 1483, Anne Boleyn on the 19th of May 1536, Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury on the 28th of May 1541, Catherine Howard and her Lady in Waiting, Jane, Viscountess Rochford on the 13th of February 1542, Lady Jane Grey on the 15th of February 1554 and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex on the 25th of February 1601.
At various times both the low block and the high block have been used . The axe was the normal implement of execution in Britain, although Anne Boleyn was beheaded with a sword (see below).
A replica of the scaffold used for the 1601 execution of Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex has been constructed for exhibition in the Tower. The original was set up in the middle of the Parade Ground and was made of oak, some 4 feet high and having a 9 feet square platform (1.2 m high x 2.75 m square) with a waist high rail round it. The prisoner mounted it by a short flight of stairs and was not restrained throughout the execution as it was expected that people of noble birth would know how to behave at their executions! Devereux lay full length on the platform and placed his neck on the low block with his arms outstretched. It is recorded that three strokes of the axe were required to decapitate him. Straw was spread on the scaffold to absorb the blood.
Beheading in public on Tower Hill was used when the government of the day wished to make an example of the traitor (or traitors). Double beheadings were rare, although not unknown, and were carried out in order of precedence of the victims, as occurred with the Jacobite Earls, Kilmarnock and Balmerino, executed in 1746 for treason after the battle of Culloden.
Simon Lord Lovatt became the last person to be beheaded on Tower Hill when he was executed for treason on April the 9th, 1747. The high block used for Lord Lovatt together with the axe were on display in the Tower. (see photo). It was normal for the executioner to pick up the severed head and display to the crowd proclaiming, "Behold the head of a traitor!"
The execution of Anne Boleyn.
29 year old Anne, (see photo) Henry VIII's second wife, had been convicted on trumped up charges of adultery and treason and was thus sentenced to death by burning at the stake or beheading at the Kings pleasure. Fortunately for Anne, he chose the latter and perhaps through a pang of conscience imported a skilled headsman from Calais in France to ensure the execution was performed as humanely as possible. British hangmen normally got the job of beheading those condemned but were generally very poor at it due to the rarity of such sentences.
On the 19th May 1536, Anne was led to the Parade Ground within the Tower with an escort of 200 Yeoman of the Guard (Beefeaters). She was wearing a loose, ermine trimmed, grey damask robe over a red underskirt. Her hair was "up" covered with a white coif and a small black cap and she wore a cross on a gold chain at her waist and carried a white handkerchief and a prayer book.
She had to climb 4 feet (1200 mm) up the steps to the scaffold to meet her headsman who was wearing a black suit and half mask covering the upper part of his face. The long two handed execution sword was concealed under the straw on the scaffold.
Anne made a short speech to the assembled witnesses and then removed her cape and her hair coif and cap which was now replaced by a white cap. She knelt on the platform and prayed with her chaplain. When she had finished one of her ladies in waiting blindfolded her with a large handkerchief. All was now ready and the headsman took up the sword and beheaded her with a single blow. (Click here to see a shot of her execution as portrayed in a film). Her ladies in waiting recovered her head and as there was no coffin provided, she was placed in an old arrow box and duly buried in the Chapel Royal of St. Peter ad Vinicula, within the Tower.
Lady Jane Grey.
Lady Jane Grey, the daughter of the Duke of Suffolk, was born in October 1537 and was only 16 years old when she was proclaimed Queen on the 10th of July 1553 by Protestant nobles, including her father, after the premature death of Edward VI. She reigned, uncrowned, for just 9 days and was unable to win public acceptance because of her religion in what was a predominately Catholic country. Queen Mary (Bloody Mary) took over the throne and commenced her persecution of Protestants. Thus, Jane was deposed and imprisoned in the Tower for 6 months before being condemned for treason and executed on the 13th of February 1554. She was led to the scaffold erected on Tower Green in front of the White Tower. She made a speech and recited a psalm before using a large white handkerchief to blindfold herself. She knelt on a cushion in front of the high block. Having blindfolded herself she couldn't see the block and fumbling for it said "What shall I do, where is it, where is it?" One of the people on the scaffold guided her down and before the fatal blow she said "Lord, into Thy hands I commend my spirit". (Click here to see an artist's impression of her execution). Earlier on the same day her husband, Lord Guilford Dudley, whom she had married on the 21st of May 1553, was beheaded on Tower Hill and her father suffered the same fate 11 days later for his part in the alleged conspiracy to seize the thrown for his daughter. Many others were to be beheaded or burned at the stake under Mary's reign, hence her nickname.
Beheading with a high block and axe was the normal method of execution in some Länders (provinces) of Germany and was carried out in public up to 1851. Other Länders used the sword or the guillotine. Franz Schmidt, the executioner of Nuremberg from May 1578 to 1617, often tried to persuade the authorities to allow him to behead a condemned woman, rather than hang her, as a mercy to the woman. She was seated in a chair and Schmidt beheaded her with his sword from behind. He executed at least 42 women during his 44 years in office.
The execution of Bertha Zillman on October 31st, 1893 was described by journalists. Zillman had poisoned her husband with arsenic, because he beat her and their children, and was sentenced to death. She was beheaded at Plötzensee prison at 8 a.m. Her dress was cut out at the neck down to her shoulders and her hair put up in a bun. She was given a shawl to wear. When the Inspector of the prison went to fetch her, he found her prostrate with fear and she had to be helped to the high block by two male warders. She silently removed the shawl and with one swing of the axe the executioner had decapitated her. It was all over by 8.03 a.m.
There was a double female execution in 1914 when Pauline Zimmer and Marie Kubatzka were beheaded for murder in Ratibor in the Prussian province of Silesia. The women were executed in turn using a high block. In front of the block was a black cushion on which the manacled woman knelt and then bent forward to put her head on the block which was higher on the body side so that it caused the neck to be slightly bent. The assistant executioner held the women's hair out in front of her to prevent her moving at the crucial moment while the masked executioner beheaded her with a short handled axe, rather like a butcher's cleaver. (Click here to see a picture of an earlier, but similar female beheading in Germany)
Two famous beheadings in Germany were carried out at 6 a.m. on 18th February 1935 when Baroness Benita von Falkenhayn and her friend Renate von Natzner, who had been convicted of spying, were beheaded with the axe by the executioner Carl Gröpler wearing the traditional tail-coat, top hat and white gloves, at Berlin's Plötzensee prison. In 1938, Hitler decreed that all future executions should be by hanging or guillotining. West Germany abolished capital punishment altogether in 1951 and the last execution there was in 1949.
The cause of death.
Beheading is effective and is probably as humane as any other modern method if carried out correctly. When a single blow is sufficient to decapitate the prisoner, they lose consciousness within a few seconds. They die from shock and anoxia due to haemorrhage and loss of blood pressure within less than 60 seconds. However, because the muscles and vertebrae of the neck are tough, decapitation may require more than one blow. Death occurs due to separation of the brain and spinal cord, after the transection (cutting through) of the surrounding tissues. Consciousness is probably lost within 2-3 seconds, due to a rapid fall of the “intracranial perfusion of blood" (blood supply to the brain).
It has often been reported that the eyes and mouths of people beheaded have shown signs of movement. It has been calculated that the human brain has enough oxygen stored for metabolism to persist about 7 seconds after the head is cut off.
The problem with beheading.
Beheading requires a skilled headsman if it is to be at all humane and not infrequently, several blows are required to sever the head. It took three blows to remove Mary Queen of Scot's head at Fotheringhay Castle in 1587.
The prisoner is usually blindfolded so that they do not see the sword or axe coming and move at the crucial moment. Again, this is why in both beheading and guillotining it was not unusual for an assistant to hold the prisoner's hair to prevent them moving.
In any event, the results are gory in the extreme as blood spurts from the severed arteries and veins of the neck including the aorta and the jugular vein.
All the European countries that previously used beheading have now totally abolished the death penalty.
Back to Contents page The guillotine
Seminal solicitations of a
leaking fountain pen
whats a cock (Bird Variety) without a hen
menstruating women and no men
a hell over packed like a forum den
good poets of poem hunter in heaven
practicing Tao and Buddhist Zen
Praying for the Soul of a Racist Poet
To burn in hell now and then.
Rip Allen James Farewell Amen
FREED SOUTH KOREANS RETURN HOME
THE 19 SOUTH KOREAN CHURCH WORKERS FREED FROM CAPTIVITY IN AFGHANISTAN HAVE ARRIVED HOME, AFTER BEING HELD BY THE TALEBAN FOR SIX WEEKS.
Speaking on their arrival, several of the former hostages said they were very sorry for the trouble they had caused.
Of the 23 Koreans snatched on 19 July by the Taleban, two were murdered and two were freed earlier. Seoul denies paying a ransom for their release.
The release was negotiated by South Korean officials earlier this week.
Carrying portraits of their two colleagues executed by the Taleban, the former hostages looked pale and tired as they faced the waiting wall of television cameras at South Korea' s Incheon airport.
"We apologise to the people for causing trouble and thank everyone who helped us return home safely," one of the 19, Yu Kyeong-Sik, said.
"We owe the country and the people a great debt."
Taleban fighters have killed one of the 23 South Korean missionaries that they kidnapped in Afghanistan last Thursday, negotiators say.
Waheedullah Mujadadi, the head of the Afghan delegation negotiating the release of the Christian missionaries, added that the Taleban had opened fire on him personally in an apparent attempt to add him as a hostage.
"I can confirm that one of the hostages has been killed by the Taleban," said Mr Mujadadi, a tribal elder. He said that he was shot at as he went out to a buffer zone between the insurgent and government-controlled area, as the kidnappers' lunchtime deadline neared.
"I managed to escape the attack. They were trying to kidnap me as well or kill me. I am in a safe area now," he said.
Midday Sept 2 2007
“Seoul:Foreign minister Song Min Soon said on Saturday
That South Korea had no choice about negotiating with Afghanistans Taliban witth the lives of nineteen hostages at stake.”
19 hostages freed
World cry indeed
They big powers
Tried to plead
Islam’s puritan crusaders
Keepers of the Royal Ark and the Creed
No nothing but greed
20 million dollars
South Korea paid
To get their people released
Kidnapping ransom money
This is the new Islam
As once visualized
By a monster Yazid
justified by evil deeds
by this bad breed
the rest of the Islamic
In silence as the Crescent bleeds
Blood of the innocent on the prayer mat
Blood on the prayer beads
Gun smoke from Mosques
Allah ho Akbar
Cybernetic Minarets Of Hate
As Shias Hazaras and others
They weed out and exceed
The Wahhabi proselytization
On a poem hunter forum
At high speed
19 year old Abdullahi Diriye FROM UK
The new Kafeel Ahmeds
Gone to seed rant to mislead
Why don’t you go to
Iraq Afghanistan change
The warring scenario proceed
Instead of converting a racist
From the River Tweed
Poem: 8107295 - Woman a Gas Filled Balloon
Member: allan james Saywell
Comment: There was an old man of Tagore
whose tool was a yard long or more,
So he wore the damn thing
In a surgical sling
To keep it wiping the floor
Warm regards AJS
There was an Australian racist poet pig
Who went to bed Gangubai the Gonorrheal Whore
His tool was an inch long no more
So he hid the damn thing
In a surgical sling
To keep it from getting squashed on a vaginal floor
Poem: 8105593 - Skin Head Racist Poet Escapes from Lunatic Asylum
Member: Marci Made
Comment: I don't know who you are and therefore I will NOT judge you, but, I read this and all I could hear was what I was taught so long ago, 'Never judge others, that is in the hands of God.' Some things a Mom teaches one never forgets...Just imho...mm
'NEVER JUDGE OTHERS, THAT IS IN THE HANDS OF GOD.'
double standards in a white world shocks me no more
he comes and i must take blow after blow my
multi color posterior gets sore ..allen james saywell
racist pig with more hate at my door
the cruel White god the biggest segregator
never ever liked the black or brown man
so he created the pristine pure white
to settle an old score
apartheid he swore and the brunt of this white god
his racist followers we bore
as blow by blow we fell to the floor
one day we will leave our legacy
born in chains of hate live in chains
die in chains …of a god who enjoys our
predicaments till we will be no more
east and west black and white
two sides of a shore a river of hate
flowing mowing our soul at its core
Gave Man a boon
Woman to play with
Aa a gas filled balloon
That attracts , devours
And goes in a frantic swoon
That even time cannot prune
An empty morsel
A cavernous Mouth
Man born with a silver spoon
Lubricates Copulates , fornicates
And the climax ..as an anti climax
Happens far too soon
Kinsey report tattered tissue paper
Backed to lampoon
A trickle on a litmus paper
For the woman
And for the man
No cloud burst
No dam bursting as monsoon
Water vapoured dried out
labial luckless lagoon
shark infested waters
helpless and no harpoon
Rabid regressive Pope
Pope Benedict XVI
For the Love of War
St George Bush mascot
Blair piggy back riding
Peace hating President
Shia Sunnies Them and Us
Knuckle fisted Aggressive Pope
Crusading American Cowboy
And the Vaticans most
Only Christians Born to Rule
This World mentally blocked
Instead of Healing
Like Christ the wounds of the World
Unchristian demonically demented
The worlds worst unimpressive Pope
Inquisitions and Faith burnt at stake
The slaughter of Jews and Heretics
Machiavellian , Imperialistic Papacy
Hegemony desiring Opressive Pope
Father Forgive them for they know
Not what they do.. Words of Christ
On the Cross at Golgotha
Forgotten, betrayal of Peace
Unredemptive future unprogressive Pope
Biblical blasphemy apocalyptic
Harsh words against Allah and His Prophet
Unrestrained foolish Wisdom of a bigoted
Evil minded Excessive Pope
War of Terror thus defined
Weapons of Mass destruction
All three juvenile delinquents
on a worlds skipping rope
St Peters Rock the Irony
of a Successive Pope
Once upon a time in Tweed heads
A sleepy weepy town turned upside down
Lived a racist poet called AJS Shithead
Filled with hate for Muslims Middle Easterners
Scarf head there was something amiss
In the vacuous shell of his brainless head
He wrote limericks defecating them on
My poems as he sped boneless headless
Chicken like head
He lived in cubbyhole of a forum
this rabid white head
No wonder from a Lunatic Asylum he fled
There is a red alert in
Murwillumbah, Kyogle, Nimbin, Byron Bay, Brunswick Heads Mullumbimby counties search for this skin head
Tweed heads Coolangatta it is said
They requested Kelvin Kerkow the bowler
To googly him instead
This stick in the mud Dumb head
Dr Ted Sheridan MD ..Says this is a serious case of
Schizophrenic manic mad head
So they are all searching for this jerk head
Unless he has gone and drowned himself
In the shallows of the Tweed River Bed
Racist Australian poet
Who loves to nag
Between his legs
A bleeding rag
Unmarried still a stag
Yes he is claustrophobic
little Indian boy mags
loves to make out
silently glidingly shags
on the forum this
pederast a limerick
prick poet how he
loves to brag
now will live beyond shelf lie
unexpired technorati tag
My other poem at poemhunter
TWEED HEAD TWAT
THERE WAS AN OLD MAN FROM TWEED HEAD WITH A TWAT
WHOSE PRICK WAS REMARKABLY NAUGHT
WHEN HE GOT INTO BED
THE OLD WOMAN SAID, SAYWELL
'HOW COME TWO THINGS YOU GOT
LOVE YOU TED
Thank you @SmugMug @DonMacAskill
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