Batman poem

Batman poem - And Batman fought crime vanquishing his bane...

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Andy Soliman ARLT 100 There once was a boy, who lived in a city, Filled with violence and crime, life so gritty. His parents were murdered before his eyes, But the murderer’s actions were not wise. For this young boy swore to avenge his folks, He wore tights and a cape without any jokes. He dropped his previous name of Bruce Wayne,
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Unformatted text preview: And Batman fought crime, vanquishing his bane. Though he didn’t have a super power, He used weapons to make villains cower. And soon all of Gotham was protected, Because the Dark Knight was clearly respected. If you ever find yourself alone at night, Don’t be scared, you haven’t left Batman’s sight....
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