From Robert Lee Brewer’s Write Better Poetry blog:
For today’s prompt, write a villain poem. You could write a persona poem from the perspective of a popular villain (like Count Dracula, Thanos, or Dolores Umbridge). Or write a poem with a person doing a villainous thing (like eating the last piece of pie or littering). As always, have fun with it.
I ran but he was faster
then turf struck my face
and a muscular arm locked
itself around my neck.
This must be how the mouse
feels after the pounce.
Heart thumping like a flat tire,
I didn’t struggle as he pulled
my Road Runner lunchbox
from trembling fingers.
As a short chubby boy,
I was more than willing to break the code
of the schoolyard and tattle.
The vice principal told my bully
to give it back and he did,
But I now doubt it was about theft
and wonder what would have happened
if I hadn’t run.