Amanda Mannings

Rookie (02-12-88 / Burlington Vermont)

Inside - Poem by Amanda Mannings

Something was growing,
Deep inside,
If she told him,
She would die.

He would beat her,
Rough her up,
Take some bleach,
And fill a cup.

He'd force it down,
As she'd choke,
Then he's go,
Find a rope.

He'd tie her up,
Punch her hard,
Then he'd take her,
To the yard.

He'd dig a hole,
Dig it deep,
Slice her up,
And watch the blood seep.

Soon enough,
She was dead,
Then he'd bury her,
In her bed.

Jan.11th 2006


Comments about Inside by Amanda Mannings

  • (1/11/2006 4:01:00 PM)


    Vivid and horrifying. Have you read my comment to you on 'Many choices'? If you haven't, please do so. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 11, 2006



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