Monster In His Lair - Poem by Justin Reamer
The monster comes out at night,
Preys on the little children,
Stealing them from their homes
And eating them and wrecking his own
Pleasure by taking their flesh.
He stuffs his mouth,
Consumes them down,
Fills his hungering heart,
And yet he feels no remorse
For anything he has done,
And just eats away at his victims.
He has no pity, no guilt,
Nothing that will ever stop him,
Just his carnal desires
That he has to fulfil.
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