Moonlight Beast - Poem by Emilee Tetherow
The sun starts to go down
Clouds start to appear.
Gusts of wind
Your body fills with fear.
Moonlight shines through the clouds
Its circle is full of silver light.
Howls fill the air
You freeze in fright.
A beast stands in front of you,
With glowing green eyes.
Your realize how much trouble you’re in,
And run without a single goodbye.
Standing behind an abandoned building,
You think you’re safe.
To come face to face with the beast.
Your screams no one will hear,
For you’re in the middle of nowhere.
The corps of your body,
Will be found days later.
To stay home,
Would have been safer.
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