Jesse Bourque

Rookie (April 26th,1992 - Nope not dead yet. / Dartmouth, NS, Canada)

Do you hear it?


Do you hear it?
The laughter?

You don't know, do you
That we are only here to serve THEM
Those so high, high above us

We are their pawns, their playthings
To them we are nothing
They sit on their thrones laughing
At us
Laughing their laughter,
The laughter of dark gods.

Submitted: Sunday, February 22, 2009

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