The Monster Inside - Poem by Lauren Harper
You've created the monster in me.
You have tainted all that I see.
Blood courses through my veins.
Vengeance, a blank sheet on my face.
You've awakened the monster inside.
You broke my heart.
And blinded my mind.
You leave me to think of all that haunts me.
All you've done is lie.
You took my father.
You took my life.
Now can you see why I've tried.
I hate what you've done.
I hate what I see.
Because little does he know,
About the things you've revealed to me.
The monster that has boiled inside.
This monster you created.
This beast that was never outdated.
This innocence that you've suffocated.
You take until there is nothing.
You wish until there is something.
You want until you receive.
You brake until I grieve.
This monster you see,
It has not only devoured you.
But it has taken haven in me.
Yet in the end it will be you who looses everything.
Now you're forced to fold.
For all of your secrets have been told.
Say goodbye to your silly little game,
And kiss goodbye to all that you once gained.
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