tabitha driskell

Rookie - 0 Points (September,24,1993 / Albany, Georgia)

A conversation with torture *


Roses are red
Posies are dead
Daggers are fun
You better run
I have it in my hand
And I am coming after you

Why you may ask
I have it in my mind
I am ready for you

If you are trying to run
I will find you
Even if you are holding your breath
I will find you

Who am I you may ask
I am torture so watch out
I am coming closer to you
I hope you know you started this

You don't believe me do you...
Oh well, too bad I am not telling
You figure it out...

Anyways, time for your checkup
Come out, come out wherever you are...

(To be continued...hahaha) <-Just kidding: D

Submitted: Saturday, June 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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This is basically if torture could ever talk and move, like a person. This poem is basically about him, torture, talking to someone. What do you think? By the way..when you see a * that means it has torture in it okay? :)

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