hailey porter

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What I saw


one night i went outside
I saw two boys about to fight
I went to see whats going on
But i figured out it was two dead boys

But in the backgound there was a man
Even though the two dead boys didnt see me
the man did.
I couldnt see his eyes
So when i heard a voice call my name
I turn and ran back inside

A couple days later
I saw the man again
I took a closer look
And relized he had no eyes

I blinked one time
And he was gone
I turned around and there he was
Even though he had no eyes
I could feel him looking
deep inside of me

And then everything went blank
I relized that now there is two dead boys
And one dead girl who is about to fight.

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: horror

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