Jennifer Hanson


Black Widow-Fear Me

Like the devil in his disguise
I'm haunting your every move.
Step by step I walk beside you
deep inside every single groove.

I'll watch as you try and fly away
with your black shredded wings..
I'll pick up all these tiny pieces
of what a broken heart steadily brings.

I'll haunt you in your mind baby
every day and all through the night..
I'll fed away at your every single fear
until you can no longer seem to fight..

I'll be the existence you hate the most
the one you fear and wish were to die..
I'll be the one to make you suffer
until the day you finally rot and die..

For you drove me into the ground
as I felt you spit on my only remains.
You left me for dead and walked away
as you left me out in the pouring rain..

My only path is to make you shake
at my words that eat away at your mind..
Cause now I'm destined to impair your life
like you so cold heartedly destroyed mine..

Submitted: Monday, September 19, 2005

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