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by Ronald W. Hull

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Image, Sicko the Killer Prop, Courtesy The Horror Dome

For no one in particular, but you know who you are




You're sick and you know it,
so why don't you show it?

Or are you just hiding behind,
your paranoid dreams.

You're sick and you know it,
and you don't want to blow it,

But you're lost in yourself,
and only let it out in screams.

You're sick and you pen it.
There is no way to stem it.

It shows in your Internet blog.
Afloat on your own little log.

So if you choose to sink or swim,
don't you dare count me in.

With your sick little lies,
and Devil may care eyes.

Do you think I would fall for your game?
With excuses like yours, so lame?

Not on your life, would husband or wife,
fall for one of your crazy schemes.

So get off the line, you sicko of mine,
and leave the life of your dreams.

Reality is out there, and it will slap you,
upside that you know where,
if you ever exceed your means.

So lead the life you're living,
and not the life you believe.

And your sickness will reprieve,
to everyone's relief.

Copyright 2012 © Ronald W. Hull

Sickos Galore

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Reviewed by kimberly gray 6/2/2012
So lead the life you're living,
and not the life you believe.
Reviewed by pat medlin 5/13/2012
could this possibly be an outer voice speaking to an inner one?
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/18/2012
It is hard to believe that so many use this medium for ill intent. Powerfully stated, Ron. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/5/2012
I read this as a reverse love poem, with every bit or more emoted passion -- full of riled-up adrenaline rush, peptides surging forth. Hugely expressive of violation. Too bad the pharmaceutical trolls can't pimp a drug to these perpetrators: "Sick of being a sicko? Ask your doctor if SickoNo is right for you."
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/4/2012
Well, that told him/her... Don't think s/he's on MY Christmas card list, as far as I know. Makes me grateful I don't blog or do any other kind of social networking, sticking only to good old e-mail... and what's wrong with handwritten letters and cards? Perhaps Mr/Ms Sicko would soon get bored if they had less of a ready-made audience? Very well conceived and written, Ron... where's the little brown paper in-flight bag for that picture??!! Euuuch! :)) xx
Reviewed by T Jett (Reader) 4/3/2012
Sounds like a "Sicko" alright!
Reviewed by jude forese 4/3/2012
let it all out, Ron ... i'm sure this head fits the hat of many ,,,
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/2/2012
This is so potent in its reality,that it makes me feel sick!
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 4/2/2012
This is so terribly real, Ron. I know there are monsters out there that are sicker than sick. You have well depicted this stark reality with your words.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/2/2012
The world can be an ugly place...especially when sickos cross your path! The obvious venom in your words might just keep that "sicko" at bay, Ronald...I hope so....

Reviewed by Steve Ralph 4/1/2012
Well said Ron, well said, I don't know who or what it's about but I agree with Mr Ed there are far too many sickos out there.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 4/1/2012
WOW...You certainly expressed your
feelings, well *Ron* !!!! deserved
I'm sure....

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/1/2012
Far too many Sickos out there these days, and so many of them are consumed with hate.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/31/2012
now that's saying it! i've no idea
who the target is but he/she better duck,
those scuds are coming thick and fast

fine strong writing, Ron

Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 3/31/2012
Intense write! Sadly, too many could be the object of this poem. I hope the one, in particular, gets the strong message! ~Best, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 3/31/2012
A tightly written poem, Ron. You've written an excellent poem about a frustrating problem.
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 3/31/2012
This puts it right out there! That's what I love!!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/31/2012
Dead calls sound like time to change your phone number, Ron...hope that person reads this for it is a right on rant hopefully to end their sicko problems with you...e
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/31/2012
Don't have anyone in mind, really. It's just that there's a lot of sick people with blogs out there. And they know who they are. And then again, it could be those “ dead” calls I've been getting two or three times a day from you know who you are.

Reviewed by Budd Nelson 3/31/2012
whoever it is must be one whack job. powerful poem
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/31/2012
wow Ron! this is powerful and you have someone in your sights - I don't know any of the circumstances other than some whack job had better be on the alert - go get them -- I bid you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/31/2012
HeeHee Talking about me again, eh, Ron?

Whoever it is it sounds like you have his/her/their number, El Sicko!!!!!
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