Treasure Island

Shanna Conrad

(3/23/96 / Pennsylvania)

Monster


There is a moster living inside me
I can feel it there lurking behind me
When you make me angry
It comes out
And I have no control
So when it comes out please run the other way
Just do as I say
And you won't get hurt
But if you don't
The monster will slam you in the dirt
It will beat you down
Into the ground
It will crush your dreams
And make it seem
As if no one cares about you
But I do
And when I regain control
I will see that th monster has taken it's toll
I will try to help you
But you won't let me
The damage that has already been done
The monster has already won
But don't say I didn't warn you
Because I tried to tell you
But you just didn't listen
And now the monster has hurt you
You will blame this on me won't you?
Well I'm sorry for what the monster has done
Next time you'll take my warning and run

Submitted: Monday, April 05, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, April 06, 2010
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