Madison Parrott

Rookie (1/6/1989 / Australia)

Bang - Poem by Madison Parrott

Listen to my silent screams,
See me choking on my dreams,
See the morphine tears run down my numbed face,
You don’t get it, shut your mouth and open your eyes,
See the pain? Watch me cry?
Watch as the venom creeps through my veins,
I was the one that listen to all your lies,
It's was the only thing, it was killing me slowly every day,
You laugh, and then just stare, holding you 50mm rifle in the air,
You never really cared,
See the blood? It drips down my arm,
I did it with you razor, you know? You were only out of the room for a minute. Not very long.
Don’t laugh, don’t stare, just tell me u will be there...
The venom creeps up
My lungs fill with the cold water from the bath that u drew...
I never new life could be so curl,
Did you see? My blood turned black..
The sky turns dark,
You were never there, but u left your mark..
The last breath escapes from my chest
So...mamby now u can shut your mouth, open your eyes,
Now listen to my silent screams
I listened to all your up lies,
Your cheeks go numb with morphine tears,
Now you’re the one that is choking
You’re the one that wants it to all be a dream...
You laugh, and then u stare, at the naked body that told you, ” you were never there'
You’re holding your 50mm rifle to your head
*BANG* now your fu**en dead...

Comments about Bang by Madison Parrott

  • (2/12/2015 12:22:00 AM)

    I heard you on Letterman you and mama bear can definitely play ,melody and rhythm I loved but again the lyrics were overdone ,sounds like someone trying way to hard (Report) Reply

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  • (2/12/2015 12:08:00 AM)

    Dark and creepy (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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