It Is a Sin to Kill a Mockingbird

It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird,

said Atticus to Scout.

 She didn’t understand, 

but she will learn the meaning throughout. 

It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird,

Tom was set up to fail.

But the way of society,

they believed Bob’s tale.

 The verdict was guilty,

 and he was sent to prison.

He was sent for life,

 because no one would listen.

Tom tried to escape,

but that was brought to a halt. 

For he was shot dead,

which was partly Ewell’s fault. 

It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird,

that’s what they all say.

You might as well go with it,

even if it is just a cliche.

 It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird,

 Boo Radley was all alone.

 The lights were always out, 

like nobody is home. 

He heard the screams of the children,

and the commotion about.

He ran out to save them,

as he heard them shout. 

In order to save them,

he took out a knife.

He just had to do it,

in order to save Scout and Jem’s life. 

It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird, 

they may not always be a bird.

It may be a human,

that just needs to be heard. 

It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird,

Atticus had told Scout,

Mockingbirds do no harm,

and she finally figured it out. 

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