Is It Poetry
The Sexual Predator
My exwife because she can, Judge Neil he said.
Hernando county Florida, where once I lived.
Janna Burns she is dead,
one self inflicked gun shot wound to the head.
Before she died,
my exwife let her have my child to baby sit.
Robert Roy Smith Jr,
A multi state violent sexual predator.
Because Judge Neil gave my exwife a restraining order.
Has taken my daughter to this man
on multiple trips to where this individual lives to have sex.
My wife, my exwife is fity four my daughter is only ten.
This same little girl
watched my exwife sleep with my sister in my own house
for a year and a half.
I refused to liquidate all our possesions and pay corrupt
attorneys to do what I said way back then do what is right.
Do what is right by a child whom is ten, whom is ten.
D.C.F. it is time to remove this small child.
Me, Myself and I am guilty of giving you life.
With she my exwife your mother my child.
All I can say to you now Sir Judge Neil.
Look what you've done to a child
because to you I spoke to in such a perceived harsh way.
And the other poets have problems I hear.
Maya Angelou just passed away, she would not have published
what above I have said.
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