Randy McClave

Gold Star - 11,369 Points (Ashland, Kentucky)

Gitchy, Gitchy Bloody Bones - Poem by Randy McClave

The steps they are creaky
And then you hear his moans,
He is now on the first step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones.
He wants you!

I am on the second step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the third step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the fourth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

You now cover your ears
You pretend that you are asleep,
Him you do not want to hear
You don't want to cry or weep.
Shoo!

I am on the fifth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the sixth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the seventh step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

He is now getting closer
You can hear his groans,
You now hear is feet dragging
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones.
Ewe!

I am on the eighth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the ninth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the tenth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

He now begins to pant
He is pulling his chain,
Slowly the steps he climbs
You scream in vain.
He is coming to get you!

I am on the eleventh step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the twelfth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the thirteenth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

Drip, drip, drip is that blood
Now he changes his tones,
He growls and he screams
Gitchy, Gitchy bloody bones.
Ooooooh!

I am on the fourteenth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the fifteenth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am on the sixteenth step
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

He is at the top of the stairs
You then being to pray,
He knows where you are
In your bed you shiver as you lay.
Wooooooo!

I am in the hallway now
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am at your door now
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

I am in your room now
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones,

He is at your bedside now
He knows you are all alone,
He lifts up your covers and says
Gitchy, gitchy bloody bones.
Boo!

Randy L. McClave

Topic(s) of this poem: ghost, scared


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015



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