Lady Gangster

By Jimmy Boom Semtex

Lady Gangster

Tickle tickle kiss kiss girl over there

The one carrying the pistol and a grin

With locks to die for looks to kill

A real lady kill you without blinking

Manchester’s finest gangster woman

Finest in the hood no wannabe here

Take a photo of her she’s famous

As is her family all exploits

If you’re lucky you’ll see some

Plus get the mentioned kiss

Life time memory you kissed

Katy the lady gangster on a job

Stuff to tell your grandkids…

(People think crime is easy and will pay. I often think about this. I knew criminals in the past including robbers and murderers. My dad was a copper. I knew both worlds. It inspired this poem.)

Bio: Nick Armbrister, is from Manchester, England. He’s been writing since April 1996 and published since Nov 96. He is very much a part of the late 90s ‘small press’ writing scene, published in mags, ‘zines, anthologies and later in the 00s, online and in his own books. He’s worked for an American publisher before but left due to editing issues. He has self published a hundred books under Nick Armbrister and his pen name Jimmy Boom Semtex. His variety of work is huge. He has written with a wide variety of poets/authors. He loves to be creative. He likes hiking and high ground and also loves tattoos and aeroplanes. His books are on the usual sites and stores. He can be found HERE on Smashwords. And HERE on Blogger. He has previously published the poem Rob Rob, and Teresa on The Yard.

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Publishing Editor for The Yard: Crime Blog.

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