Author's Note: I've based this poem off of the song "Ignorance is Bliss" by the Jellyfish. Basically, the main difference is that I replaced the Mario characters with... uh, ones from the Samurai Jack show.

Also... when the sentences go into italics, that means Aku's demons/ minions are the ones speaking or singing... or however you want the poem to be put. Enjoy, and reviews are greatly appreciated!


Oh Little Samurai

Wake up!

My minions, it is your one and only king: Lord Aku.

I'm a demon as you see;

shape-shifting and very mean,

but on the whole I'd say: like brand new.

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Oh little samurai... are you yet frightened?

For If you knew just why you're here, your anger will be heightened.

So let's just say: evilness is bliss.

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Oh my minions... while I hate to go away and fly,

I brought you here to catch the samurai, you know that mortal.

Oh, what's his name?

Ah yes! -- Samurai Jack, just the sound throws out my back,

I'd love to take that enchanted sword and play my own game...

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Oh little samurai... you're so misguided.

We've never been fond of fighters, but then again, you'll make good bounty hunter bait --

Oh I can't wait!

Evilness is bliss!

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With my magic I'll go shower,

those foolish peasants with my power

until all worlds bow to the one-and-only me.

The only problem with my over-world,

is that over the years I've become very bored,

so every day I drain away, and all I want is that samurai thrown to sea!

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Oh little samurai... you think you're so clever.

All your actions are easily graphed; a picture tells it better.

I'll say it once more: evilness is bliss.

Haven't you heard, samurai? A picture is worth a thousand words!

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You call yourself a samurai, but all you are is a man in a dress -- leaving me to wonder why...

I can't believe you've wasted all those years with your masters training.

You remind me of a powerful warrior ages before,

he trained so much that he got sore.

Yes, sore! I mean so sore; VERY sore, all over his body -- what a brainless fool!

Just once I'd like to get my claws...

Just one time around that samurai's neck...

I would surely make his past a living nightmare!

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Oh little samurai... are you yet frightened? (you're so misguided...)

For if you knew just why you're here, your anger will be heightened.

Oh little samurai... you think you're so clever. (say it better...)

All your actions are easily graphed; a picture tells it better.

For your sake, samurai; for the very last time:... ... ...

Then again, I think I've made my point.


Author's Note: When the sentences merged in the middle of the page -- well, I know it sounds strange, but that's kinda like the "turning point" in the poem. If it still confuses you or your eyes, just leave it in the review that you don't like it, and I'll change it. Otherwise, if there are no complaints, I'll just leave it as it is.