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Philo Yan

Rookie - 495 Points (Malaysia)

Dark Passenger


A deep down dark we have in all,
some even darker and most of all.
Don't let the darkness make us fall.
The Dark Passenger, conquer it all!

The serial killer of serial killers.
He has a code and it's his pillar.
He only kills who needs to die,
He loves to kill, don't ask me why.

Perhaps as child, he was traumatized,
to see his mother tragically died.
cut into pieces by a sick villian,
That made him follow the path of killin.

A Dark Passenger, he has in him
Controls his mind, not leaving him.
He kills to feed the wolf in him,
Dark Passenger, he blames within.

Submitted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 24, 2012

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I am a fan of 'Dexter, the serial killer. Need I say more? ;)

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