Janelle Morehart

Rookie (Feb.25,1992 / Some Army Hospital in Georgia)

Cutters Lullabye. (My Version) - Poem by Janelle Morehart

Hush a bye, Now close your eyes
And dream of broken butterflies
That tore their wing upon a thorn
Now you know the pain they bore
Drifting dreamer
So soft, So sweet
Cut your wrists and bleed on the sheets
Slashing and thrashing
While black tears flow
Crimson stains now mark your pillows
Smiling cutter no less, no more
As you beg for the kiss of steel
Like a pitiful whore
Dreaming slicer all tucked in bed
It will be long past morning
Before any realise your dead
So rock a bye
Say goodnight
Let's fly away with butterflies
Slice away
Just one more slash
Down comes baby
Into hell with a crash

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2008



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