I saw the movie Bonnie & Clyde with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway and I have been hooked on the stories of Bonnie & Clyde ever since. I've always been fascinated about the fact that Bonnie Parker loved creative writing, especially poetry. I thought it would be kind of fun to tell a tale inspired by Bonnie and Clyde in prose poem form.
Think twice - can't forget - remember plan
Don't forget - get in car - everyone here
Pulse racing - sweat running - getting nervous
Target approaching - car stopping - get on out - go on in
Pull out note - grab the stash - watch your back
Mind spinning - head swirling breathing shallow - head on out
Don't turn back - jump in car - yank out gun - shoot at cops
Catching up - pulse flying - sweat pouring
Getting away - turn in alley - escape escape escape
Pulse slowing - breathing normal - hiding out - has to stay
Can't go out - not today - another day - another job
I hoped you liked it. If you want to know more about Bonnie and Clyde, then check out this great site called Bonnie & Clyde's Hideout by Frank R. Ballinger. You can even find Bonnie's poems there.