Treasure Island

Patrick Tincher


Mass Murder


Dig your grave
Just to die
Death is the penalty for fleeing
Fleeing like a dog tail between legs cowering
Shot in the back by a loved one
In return they just die
Feeling no guilt before death
They did it to live just to die

Submitted: Wednesday, May 05, 2010
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