Young Love Killed - Poem by Jessica Charlie
And the younger;
A bond that was thought to last forever;
But love was ended as was a life;
On the floor aside the kinfe.
And the silent;
Blood soaked bodies lied in a pair;
Stabbed and killed without loving care;
The shadow left the splattered wall;
She had killed them, once and for all.
And the chuckle;
Sugested she was insane;
She made others suffer pain;
She walked of the crime scene floor;
With one last smile, she was out the door.
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