• foreverseptember 9w

    @writersnetwork This poem is about Peter Sutcliffe (The Yorkshire Ripper), who attacked and killed 13 women between 1975 and 1981, when he was arrested. Today he died, aged 74.

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    Sutcliffe's Spectre

    Stalk, thou shalt,
    In blackened moonlight,
    O'er yorkshire's maidens,
    Easy prey,
    Reigning fear,
    With each hammer blow,
    Striking your judgment,
    Lives you took away,
    Sutcliffe's spectre,
    Bourne of malice,
    Your citadel crumbles,
    But never fades,
    In tomes, and pictures,
    You last forever,
    But freedom is ours now,
    From your bitter rage.
    ©foreverseptember