Treasure Island

Vishal Sharma

(10th july 1996/Samastipur (Bihar) / India)

Room No.1408


ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK
I HAVE WARNED YOU

Motel surrounding a grave silence
inside their, beasts live happily on the dying corps
and, ultimetely the cost of life is so tiny
beware, YOU ARE WARNED...

Rooms are well managed and I am lying
you have the key of every room
EXCEPT ROOM NO.1408,

You will never know the reason
Cuz, you havent listen to the scream of that dying beasts
who ones ruled the entire motel and graveyard
I am seen a thought provoker, am I?

Rusty dusty paths leads to the destination,
One WRONG TURN will vanish your existance,
and, a dark humour leading to that room consumed

YOU WERE WARNED,
SO BEWARE OF THIS ROOM NUMBER
WHENEVER GOING TO STAY IN A HOTEL

IT KILLS...
TRUST ME,

Submitted: Sunday, August 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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my debut horror poetry

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