Midnight Writer

Rookie (08/25/1985 / Milwaukee)

A Monster Inside - Poem by Midnight Writer

Torn apart inside but the world is blinded by my mask, it's all they see.
Hidden under is a raging monster growing rapidly.
I love the hate, it gives me the power I need, to be everything I want to be.

Her touch goes void, her voice goes mute, nothing can penetrate me anymore.
From one to another, each one just a whore.
I wish life was simple, like a fairy tale. At least I would know a happy ending.

I run through the night, covered in darkness, yet I can't find enough places to hide. I walk through the crowd with a smile on my face. But blood is all I want to taste. Knock, knock on my door, welcome to my home...there is a monster inside.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, April 9, 2010


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