Treasure Island

Carike Klokow

(25/02/1984 / South Africa)

My Fearful End


Powerful eyes watching my every move
foul words asif to prove
that it can mess with my head
and forever put me to bed

Gazing at it i cannot break free
from this hold it's got over me
ivory skin, long dark hair
i cannot move, just stare

Out of the wall it appears
and enfolds me with fear
a zombie i ve become
my brain pleading to just run

The air turns thick, no more choice
he releases his shrill irate voice
clouds appear, the sky turns pale
my strengh curtails, i am stale

Submitted: Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 14, 2010
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