Amiel Tancongco


Let The Games Begin (The Hunger Games)


Here it comes
My heart skips a jump
This is something I always knew
But never imagined to be true

The girl I so desperately love
Isn't someone I could just get rid of
It's a pain I'm supposed to bear
Now that the fire in me starts to flare

I hear the bell's torturous ring
To alert the darkness that bring
And by that perfect timing
We are all released into the ring

The bloodbath has started
Oh, what a nightmare the Capitol created

Submitted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, June 08, 2011

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