As a mother, she worried about her son
He had inherited his father’s worst traits
His repulsive nature
His perverse view of the world
His determination to bring everyone
To his disgusting level.
She tried to guide him
Show him there was more than domination
More to life than pig ignorance.
His father dismissed the mother
Urged his son not to be weak
To stand up against all odds
Demand his due, take what was his.
The son rose like his father
Leaving in his wake the shattered ambitions
Of those stupid enough to challenge him.
The mother saw her son’s demise
Coming from a long way off
Ever approaching, inevitable.
She picked her son up from the tatters
Of a life with no regard to consequences.
She found a spot for him
Next to his father, who suffering the same fate
Found peace away from the mire he so long wallowed in.