Masha Marojevic

Rookie (08.05.1993 / Belgrade)

Darkly Dreaming Dexter


For as long as I live
My heart will be too empty to give
Anything else but material thing
And although my face seems to sing
Soul is emptier than a simple ring
An emptiness that surrounds my being

Dark clouds above my head
Every time my Dark Passenger is not fed
He won’t hesitate to come into my bed
Just to get his piece of death
He demands a flood
Of that sticky, ugly blood

Dark Passenger must be fed
A new victim must be found
Knife will spill his blood over the ground
And Dark Passengers voice will once again ring out in to the night
Justice is once more pleased, and so is my fight
Another “bad guy” disappeared of my sight

But the new circle has just begun
In a while, I’ll do it again
The Dark Passenger is now in peace
Soon, he’ll come back for his piece
Wanting me to feed him with strength
And I’ll do it again, and again and again….

Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (6/29/2009 1:14:00 PM)

    The Dark Passenger is now in peace
    Soon, he’ll come back for his piece
    Wanting me to feed him with strength
    And I’ll do it again, and again and again….
    really good verses... prefessionally done and the poem has got a rich and very much impressive idea with meaningful thoughts... the words are put perfectly on suitable places... means you are a good poetess and have much in your brain...appreciate your way of wirting..love the flow which is very much poetc and melodious... (Report) Reply

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