sabrina burton


join me in the grave


crawl inside scratch and tear
untill im broken beyond repair
cut me down a second time
kidnape, rape, and leave behind
join me in the grave
coffin black as eyes be red
the beast inside will soon be fed
by my death quick and sweet
untill i cross the threashold feat
join me in the grave
while you walk and play it safe
a kiss of blood without a taste
follow me to the grave of sorrow
leave me dead, cut and hollow
join me in the grave
as in life you fed of my pain
now it has become my gain
haunting you while watching you
never sleep a single night through
join me in the grave
knowing that I linger close
untill you join me in cosmos
i leave a cut upon your door
untill my pain is there no more
join me in the grave
can you see me screaming hell
shh, lock the door and do not tell
I'm here for you and you alone
midnight riding sweet and moan
baby join me in the grave
kiss me with a tastless kiss
the one i tried hard not to miss
and step down into my arms
burning brimstone and the body farms
and join me in my grave

Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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  • Yasser Koor (9/13/2008 12:46:00 AM)

    it is great poem..
    u used a good and strong words..
    i like this kind of writing..... (Report) Reply

  • Thomas Viruvelil (9/13/2008)

    lover may not join you in grave
    even you will not join him in grave

    Love is something good that come on your way
    occassionally but not always
    Hold and kiss and hug it when it comes
    because tomorrow it may not come on your way (Report) Reply

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