GotPoetry.com > > Page Slam > > Come one, Come All > > Poem
GotPoetry.com

Help
Toggle Content .:: Home :: Poems :: Workshop Forums :: Register :: Features ::.
Toggle Content Judge this Poem

Toggle Content Yesterday's Top
Rank   Name
 01: Ozymandias
 02: Essex68
 03: GlennMcCrary
 04: NahilaCsemaJ
 05: jadia4708au
 06: isitpoetry
 07: Tiku
 08: Rob_Graber
 09: Kieran

More ...

Toggle Content Page Slam

Grandest Slammers

 Points
> mamta39910
> chameleon20074
> Huberjack14223
> wolfinwindow12546
> Deleted_Us...12091
> Leggolas11248
> fogglethorpe10388
> Deleted_Us...10315
> Blondie10151
> Deleted_Us...7206
> induce7141
> jesster7140


Highest Scoring Poems

> Petrified!2107
> I Remember1682
> She's Gone1672
> DEAR GOD1617
> When will we ever learn?1577
> GotPoetry Rocks!1494


Slam Now ...


Toggle Content Paid Membership
Buy a paid membership and get more out of GotPoetry!

Advertise on the GotPoetry Advertising Network.

Poem

The Charlie Brown Bunch

You can see Lucy holding the football
Watch Charlie Brown run and strut
Lucy pulls it away just in time
Giggling as Charlie begins to fall

Why he never could figure it out
It happened every single time
But he never did say anything harmful
Never to raise his voice or to shout

He would lay upon the ground and twitch
One always wondered what was going on
In his mind at the precise moment
When he just starts to strangle the bitch

Linus came to help out Charlie Brown
They took her body out into the countryside
Burying her as deep as they could
And hoped her body would not be found

And Peppermint Pattie was along for the ride
She was always jealous of Lucy
She never once even missed her closest friend
When people asked of Lucy, she turned away and lied

But guilt set in, Pattie was drinking and would not stop
One night in a drunken rage, she told her tale
She let it all slip out, too far gone to care
Reciting her story over for the local cop

She finally felt like her conscious had become clean
Dying in a insane hospital ward
Charlie Brown went to prison, and soon it will be over
And Linus disappeared and has yet to be seen

Poor Lucy, her days of holding the football was no more
If you wish, you may still visit her
Charlie Brown has been led to the electric chair
And Lucy is buried in the cemetery next door


 Voting Is Now Closed[ Poem Details | Vote History ]





GotPoetry - News for poets. Place to write.

GotPoetry is the most popular network of performance poets and poetry readings on the internet today.

Editors: John, Mamta and a cast of tens of others.
Publisher: John Powers

Content © 1998-2008
GotPoetry LLC. All rights reserved

Engine released under GNU GPL, Code Credits, Privacy Policy, Legal Notices

Search:
 
GotPoetry.com Web

Forums Search
Gallery Search
Advanced Search


Link to Full Archives
Link to all News Topics


Link for all submission options for this site.

Subscribe - Use an RSS reader to stay up to date with the latest news and posts from GotPoetry.

GotPoetry News RSS Feed

Subscribe with Yahoo!
Subscribe with Google

Other GotPoetry RSS Syndication -  You can syndicate other parts of our site using the following files:

Yesterday's Top News
Yesterday's Top Poems
Forums
New Photos
Blogs
Downloads
Featured Articles