Moonlight Shadows (Grashaven Sacramento)
What Pain You Cause Me
What pain you cause me you cannot begin to imagine.
My insides are bone on bone gritting.
It is disorienting.
However evil you are
What pain you cause me I cannot wish on you
As I do not believe it is one even a stone heart as yours can handle.
What pain you cause me
Will make me win this battle.
I hate you
From the bottom of my heart.
I do not wish for you to die.
I wish for you to lay in your deathbed
For ages on end
Covered in bedsores
All limbs contracted unable to clean yourself eat or move.
And none of your most loved friends to come and see you.
As evil as you are
There is no place on earth worthy of desecration by laying your necrotizing body in it.
You shall be placed in an inferno of eternal oblivion.
There people whom you tormented in your lifetime shall breath again
Fresh and sweet air of a beautiful world without you.
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