The Drunk Tiger
The Monster - Poem by The Drunk Tiger
A man wanted peace, hope wanted a man.
A man hid the beast, Hope prayed once again.
They met not knowing what they would share,
soon they will find out how much they cared.
The man showed her faith with his forgotten joys, Happiness shined from Hope around his poise.
On a quite night their souls were shaken, Again; began to have his heart braking.
In this story I ask you to stare, Deep within you the monster that's there. Remember to beware... Beware, inside you the monster you share.
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