Robbie Squires

Rookie (7/10/1993 / Akron, Ohio)

The Beginning Of The End - Poem by Robbie Squires

A mild mannered handsome man
Is killing his family once again
He fled the town
And cannot be found
But just look at him
He is all around

We must sleep on the moon tonight
But wake up in a jungle fight
Swamps and disguise, loathing hidden eyes
Slaughter us by the dozen
And go to sleep in the house of the rising sun
The devil watches you live
When you live there
But don’t worry, he wont hurt you
Don’t have any fear

Not enough money to feed the children
But enough to get the beer
Its ok my son
Im the reason you are here

Let me walk behind the sheets of ice
Into a cave abounding with mice
Bite them as they run
Don’t let them get away
Your only source of fun

Take me to my place of death
Turn your heads while I undress
I am going into as I came out
My naked body sends chills through the floor
Now lock the handle
And let me break down that door
Appointing madness to myself
And nothing more
Lay me in my coffin
And nail me in there tight
Make sure im bleeding all over
I do not want to sleep tonight
Attention all, my funeral is about to begin
Should we let him in?
Can we let him in?
Did we let him in?
Make sure you exile my kin
My end is about to begin

Walk home solemnly to you shacks and houses
Running through your head
That I am the worst man you’ve ever known
But continue your lives
And your daily routines
And in a couple of days you will forget about me

Comments about The Beginning Of The End by Robbie Squires

  • (12/23/2009 6:20:00 PM)

    i don't know what to say but, POWERFULL i loved every second of it i read it 3 times and i couldn't git enough. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 4, 2009

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