johana william

Rookie (1994 / germany)

Quarantine


The infection has spread.....
all who come in contact with the infected shall be detained and quarantined
if a cure is not found in up to six months all infected shall be put to death....


feel the parasites eating at your flesh
crawling in your skin cousing you to rash


The infected shall grow hungry starving for more
as the parasites settle in your inner core


Darkness is overflowing on our planet our earth
these creatures come back from dead to hurt


the infection will spread throught the world
the infected eat other humans and they hurled


up guts and worms maggots and flies
the infected bleed from their dying eyes


quarantine the plague capture all that are dying
this epidemic is the end all are loathing and crying


they know they wont live for very long
this contagious plague is far to strong


capture the infected quarantine them for life
until we destroy them with a nuclear device

Submitted: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Edited: Monday, May 18, 2009

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