Today I've decided to release this practice poem and...in view of the recent tragic shooting, I will not be doing ANY of my dark and sadistic works (though I promised these to all of you). I'm also not using my full pirate accent for this description because I think it's a serious topic.
In life there are many things that go wrong and often I question what we can do to change it. The answer that I've come up with is: Nothing, because such problems stem from the psychopathic nature of every human. A devil inside all of us, which can rear its ugly head at any time.
Humanitarians speak of human rights, yet these killers also fall under the category of 'human', at times like these we suggest penalties of death, but we are quick to forget that in a world ruled by fear and dictatorship, the many freedoms we have today would no longer exist.
What is truly needed is a leader who is firm but benevolent and such individuals appear but once in a lifetime and even if they should get the chance to stand before the masses. Those driven by ulterior motives will quickly silence them.
In a world that appears to be bi-polar, screaming for control and freedom at the same time; is there not a way that both of these things can be achieved?
I can certainly say, that I haven't found the answer yet, but for the sake of children who had their whole lives ahead of them, perhaps I shall try searching a while longer and should the day come that a leader is needed and none is available, then maybe it will be time to finally stop playing at being a pirate and instead, start playing a part.
My prayers are with the families involved in this tragedy and I hope that humans will someday learn to reign their demons in. I admit, I've fought with mine and keep them as pets. You've all seen the quality of my sadistic works, most of the time I push the boundaries, but what you see are actually toned down versions to avoid the mature filter. The true darkness that resides within me, and perhaps in all of us, goes far deeper, but I cannot respect a coward that lets it win.
-Captain Chenbeard of the Black Fedora Pirates