Ode to Ted Bundy

9 Jul

The dark can be scary, but it’s better than light,
For fun can be had in the darkness of night,
The day is comforting, it keeps bad things away,
But playing at night is better than day.

Spy through the windows of unsuspecting women,
As they wander ‘round topless in their lounges and kitchens,
Stay silent, just watch, make sure your not seen,
Wank furiously – jackpot! She’s flicking her bean!

Be careful, she’s finished, she’s going to get dressed,
Get caught and you’ll be labeled a dirty sex pest,
Hide in the darkness and creep away from the house,
Stealthy like a ninja, silent like a mouse.

Look over there, there’s a gap in the curtains,
Something to look at, you’re sure, you’re certain,
Yes! What’s this, a man and his wife?
And it looks like they’re having the time of their lives.

Go now to the backstreets to follow young ladies,
They’re oblivious, it’s exciting, you’re heart-rate increases,
Just follow them, quietly, imagine them nude,
Don’t touch or grope yet for that would be rude.

Cease now, no! You’re going to far,
By stopping and inviting them into your car,
“Excuse me, Love” you quietly stammer,
Hand gripped tightly to your trusty old hammer.

‘It’s dark, no one can see, I’ll never get caught’
You think to yourself as the rope gets taut,
Her eyes roll backwards, ‘twas a stroll in the park
It’s all to easy this murdering lark.

One Response to “Ode to Ted Bundy”

  1. slpmartin July 9, 2010 at 5:39 pm #

    A rather dark ode with good poetic structure.

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