Axiom Wheeler

Rookie (03-09-1992 / Utah)

Down, Up, Out Of The Cellar - Poem by Axiom Wheeler

Down, up, out of the cellar.
Creatures. Large. Frightful.
Go get mom, you better tell her,
Tell her they came out of the cellar.

Down, up, out of the cellar,
Coming to haunt us all.
Maybe you shouldn’t tell her,
Tell her they came out of the cellar.

Down, up, out of the cellar.
Bit off my arms and legs.
Maybe you should’ve told her.
Told her they came out of the cellar.


Comments about Down, Up, Out Of The Cellar by Axiom Wheeler

  • (4/3/2008 3:08:00 PM)


    CAN I ASK WHAT COMES OUT OF THE CELLAR? OR SHOULD I JUST KEEP MY QUESTION TO MYSELF? (Report) Reply

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  • (4/2/2008 6:43:00 AM)


    VERY GOOD WORD DESCRIPTION, NARATIVE,
    WHAT'S THAT UNDER THE BED?
    nAH! !
    tIS ALL IN ME HEAD! ! lol! !

    tHANKYOU FOR SHARING YOUR ART

    LOVE duncan X
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008



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