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subhumanfilthbreed (for stephanie mcmullen)
by Alexandre J Arnau

Saturday, July 16, 2005
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Bear, Del. - A former pediatric nurse has been charged with trying to poison her toddler son by injecting him with human feces into his bloodstream.
Stephanie McMullen, 29, was charged Thursday with assault and reckless endangerment counts and released on bail.
- Associated Press

and the horror rolls on...



 

 

such a thing
you are
cancerous
oozing sore
of a person

no

not a person
a thing
to be studied
an anomaly
of evolution
two headed pig fetus
parasitic entity
feeding from
the abdomen
of your sick
limping twin

g*d help me
if you were fortunate
enough
to cross my space
i might do you
the favor
of gouging out
your ovaries
with a rusted spoon

i would dance
the foxtrot
in red shoes
at your funeral

i would tie you
to a dead tree
and pull three feet
of intestine
from a slit in your belly
just so you can see
what the crows will
have for dinner

i would tie a wet
leather strap
around your throat
and leave you like
a shit to dry
in the arizona sun

i would spit
venomous light
onto your tongue
as to magnify
the ripping thirst
you will feel
as you crawl blindly
across all the dark
dry lakes of hell

all this and more
all this and more
  

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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 7/18/2005
Alex,

Why not do the same thing to her as she did to her son? God, how awful. Why are these women (I refuse to call them mothers) having children, only to abuse them and worse?? Sick, sick, sick...

Thank you for having the courage to face the ugliness running amok in society...and for forcing us to confront the demons in control. Shattering write--effectively penned.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

"all this and more
all this and more" how about, NEVER MORE!!!?????????
Reviewed by Leysa Lowery 7/18/2005
Giving birth does not a mother make ... she is the stuff of nightmares. Well said.
Reviewed by Sue Hess 7/18/2005
i agree they call it munchausen's by proxy but i call is sick...they should do it to her
Reviewed by jude forese 7/17/2005
emotionally potent ... hopefully, the media has it wrong ... if not, what a totally repugnant act to do to anyone, especially to one's own child ...
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 7/17/2005
That was raw, pure hatred. The opening paragraph, where you tell us what this wretched woman did, reviled me to think that someone could do that to anyone, let alone their own child. The poem reached right into my head and pulled out all of the things I was feeling. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Patricia Gomes 7/17/2005
A poet needs to make his audience feel what he's feeling; the emotion MUST transfer from the page to the mind. It's that whole "show versus tell" thing. You, sir, are very successful with this piece. Whether she 's guilty or not, I'm able to "feel" your rage and for that I am applauding your work. Excellent!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/17/2005
This is not a time to hold back your thoughts on the matter. Only when you completely explain how you feel about this woman will you feel better. So, come on, say what's on your mind.
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 7/16/2005
Whoa, Alexandre! Such a rage! You portrayed what you are feeling so well!! Its so sad that a mother can go to such an extend to get rid of her own flesh and blood! Whatever made her commit such an inhuman deed?!

God bless, Alexandre!

Sandie.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/16/2005
And if that ain't enough, she lives in Delaware...hopefully that is where she will also die, slowly by lethal feces injection...Ed
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