Reginald Scott

Cave Dweller - Poem by Reginald Scott

Come on in, to my filth kept cave
Don't mind the decaying bodies and that head on my stave
Take a seat dear don't mind the dead eyes
I'll fetch you a rock with poison inside
Pick up that coin take a treasure or two
Your thoughts will become hunger and my thoughts will come too
Let the greed come and the darkness empart
As i swallow your body I'll spit out your heart

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 5, 2009

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