Searching the depths of the unknown,
Surrounded by darkness and stone,
A place where evil and sinister spirits call home.
A place which will condemn your soul.
Misery and pain,
Life as we know it will never be the same.
It will watch and wait,
No matter how long it takes,
Once fear sets in,
The evil will begin.
It will put you under a spell,
You cannot control,
Then eventually take over your soul.
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