Treasure Island

Rebecca Pepper

(08/08/1996)

Bloody Murder


Bloody murder bloody murder
Nothing tastes as sweet
As this delectable bloody murder
Even if this feeling is fleet

Oh didn’t I warn you then
When I said leave or you will pay
I’ll write this in deaths darkened pen
You should listen to what I say

Don’t turn back the blades not still
Don’t look back the bloods still warm
Who said I had no will to kill
Who said I was innocent in every form

Crackle like the madman listen and hear
There’s nothing worse than a broke mind
Soon he shall see my name clear
You think these bonds truly bind

Once again I’m free but none the less trapped
Thinking clearly as his words chain
Kept in a cage so my mentality he sapped
So I do as he says, broken from the pain

On the loose again playing his game
Running from an evil only I know
For my mind he has laid claim
Because under his thumb am I below

I am his shiny loyal toy
I am the one who can
Murder in silence and act so coy
Because I’m his broke assassin, a perfect hit man

Submitted: Sunday, December 04, 2011

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  • Thomas A Robinson (9/29/2012 12:42:00 AM)

    all kinds of words come to my mind
    insane, possessed, but I know where
    your coming from.It's the sanity one
    finds in our insanity.What a thrill of
    exhilleration the blood pouring out
    the power pouring in.The release as
    pleasing as sex.etc
    you know....but it's no good dead (Report) Reply

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