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Scary Mary's coming
With Crazy Daisy, spreading chaos
Round this town.

Like Thelma and Louise
Spreading mayhem and death,
Wherever they go.

No-one is ever safe
When the terrible two,
Arrive in the night.

More than two metres tall
Crazy Daisy towers over,
Most people.

Petite like a waif
Scary Mary has a heart
Just as cold as brass.

Killing and maiming
Is what they both love,
And what they do best.

Armed with a hatchet
Scary Mary likes chopping,
Anyone she meets.

Crazy Daisy prefers
Using thick iron bars,
That she swings like bats.

Separate they're bad
Together truly evil,
Leaving few alive.

They're cutting a swathe
Through crowds of midnight walkers,
On their killing spree.

Mayhem, murder, chaos
Are their calling card,
In the pitch-black night-time.

Then as morning breaks
The evil pair head to,
Another luckless town.

© Copyright 2021, Philip Roberts
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Scary Mary's coming With Crazy Daisy, spreading chaos Round this town.

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Written on June 27, 2021

Submitted by PHIL_ROBERTS on September 24, 2021

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Phil Roberts

I am 64 and loves cats, rock music, and horror fiction and poetry more…

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