A Dark Lifetime ...

Little Red Riding Hood

Stop right here and listen well
Do you hear the howls from hell?
Girls and wolves don't get along
Everything about it is to damn wrong

Red capes and a hiding hood
A black paw and a hungry mood
Running for their own little goals
Always hurts many souls

One little cottage and one old lady
A wolf that waits for her, ready?
Open the door and there she lies
' Oh why grandma do you have big eyes? '

Blood on the walls
In the halls
Scratch her skin
Blood red grin
One more bite
One more soul
One more body to lose control

Full and tired the wolf is done
Never saw the hunters son
With an axe he saved two souls
Wolfs eyes turned to black coals

Little red, little red
The change is big in your head..

Little red, little red
No more afraid of monsters under the bed...

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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  • Rookie - 4 Points Nader Baheri (5/16/2013 11:36:00 AM)

    if we want not to be frightened by a monster, lets change ourselves to a monster.bewolf not to be slaughtered by a wolf.
    so bewolf not the ship.which one is better?
    ~nb (Report) Reply

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