joey cooksey

Rookie (1989 / mod-calf)

the grim reaper


I am one you will come to know. I was there the day you were born. I will be the one to take you from this world and deliver you to haven or hell. All hate me all fear me with one touch all you know comes to a end. I do not care about the color of your skin or your beliefs i have heard it all. I do not care for your gods. unlike you i will never die for this is my punishment to live forever without a friend without love forever in my hell with just one touch to kill the world so says the reaper run and hide hide at night hide at day hide in the mountains high in the skies or hide in the dark deep depths of the oceans but it will not help for reapers touch knows no bounds

Submitted: Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Edited: Sunday, November 09, 2008

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  • Rookie Tyler Tillett (2/11/2008 4:29:00 PM)

    Dude I like this one. *High Five*
    I like this one better then the other one.. *sniker* (Report) Reply

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