And to Think What I Saw on Lampkin Lane

A poem inspired by Dr. Seussí And to Think What I Saw on Mulberry St.



And to think what I saw on Lampkin Lane

I saw Michael and Wynn driving people insane

I saw a man with a butcher knife

Taking many a life

I saw killing, I saw death

I saw a stolen life, thatís theft

I saw the Lloyds and the Strodes, who had had enough

I saw a killer out in hand cuffs

I saw the guy stalking

He likes slow walking

I saw The Man in Black

Heís the guy who makes him hack

I saw Haddonfield

Without a shield

I saw life and death before my eyes

I saw all the familyís cries

I saw a legend

Who runs on an engine

An engine of fear, and engine of hate

An engine of stone, an engine of slate

I saw deception, I saw lies

He liked it when he made her die

And to think what I saw on Lampkin Lane