Angel of Darkness

Rookie (May 23,1992 / North Carolina)

Horror Show - Poem by Angel of Darkness

Welcome to my horror show,
The door is locked you cannot go,
So go ahead beg and plead,
You're wasting your time you will not succeed.

But still you stand there and scream,
Down your face the tears begin to stream,
Save your tears you'll never be free,
Trapped in this horror show just like me.

Watch as the scars on your body slowly appear,
One after the other, they won't disappear,
Sinking deeper and deeper into your skin,
Imagine they are from the bow and you are the violin.

In this horror show there is no time to say goodbye,
The insanity will take over make you want to die,
You may want out but here you have been caught,
The happy life you once lived soon to be forgot.

You are silent and motionless lying on the floor,
Finally given up on opening the key less door,
You don't care anymore; you have become stone,
How long will it take for you to realize that you are alone?

You have too much faith and too much hope,
But I can see it crumble as around the neck you tie the rope,
Thinking someone will come save you to get you out,
They will not, they know what the horror show is all about.

Running through the dark and winding halls,
A shiver down your spine you see the blood on the walls,
Tears slowly forming as you realize that this is your fate,
Your death is waiting so you cannot be late.

In the end you are just another victim in this horror show,
With painful death as the gift I bestow,
You should use your gift you'll never be free,
Trapped in this horror show just like me.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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