Treasure Island

Tamara Buengener


Murder is a Colorful Thing


Red is the color of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Orange is the color of her stained shirt because of the red of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Yellow is the color of her shirt before it was stained orange because of the red of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Green is the color of her stomach as I cut her tummy open through her once yellow shirt stained orange because of the red of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Blue is the color of the happy sky while I cut into the green of her tummy through her once yellow shirt now stained orange because of the red of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Violet is the color of my swollen face from crying under the blue happy sky while I cut into the green of her tummy through her once yellow shirt now stained orange because of the red of the blood splashed on the walls of my home.

Murder is a colorful thing...

Submitted: Friday, March 05, 2010
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