Angel of Darkness

Rookie (May 23,1992 / North Carolina)

Murder - Poem by Angel of Darkness

She sits in her old room,
trying to stop thinking of you.
Her heart would be faster,
as she remembers the last thing she would ever do.

Your hands feeling the curves of her body,
you slowly slide off her skirt.
She smile and moans,
as you start to work.

Over the next few months her belly gets big,
You tell her the truth, she's bound to figure it out.
'I forgot to use a condom that day two months ago,
Tears come to her eyes as she begins to shout.

'How could you do this to me, ' she screams! ?
'I'm too young to have a baby! ! '
'I love you, ' you say,
But she's not listening she starts to go crazy.

She runs into the kitchen crying,
She's screaming at you, 'You've ruined my life! ! '
You try to comfort her, but it's too late,
She's already coming at you with a knife.

Your frozen in place, you can't run,
She stabs you in your chest, you fall to your knees.
She stabs you again and again, she has no mercy,
It's almost over she thinks as she watches you bleed.

She's killed you now time for her to go too.
What's there to live for? This place is hell
She just doesn't want to feel anymore pain,
so she turns the knife on herself.

Comments about Murder by Angel of Darkness

  • (11/13/2007 12:00:00 PM)

    Overwhelming! I actually read your poem yesterday... I was too stunned to leave a comment. Not only was it a good poem, but the story and that poem dedication to your sister had a powerful impact on me. Sometimes poetry becomes an emotional outlet.. a form of therapy. Keep writting ~ your poety is some of the most powerful that I have read in a long time. Zen (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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