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Triauna Hall

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Insane, Chapter Two


I’m starting to get angry, something people wouldn’t want to see
What people are seeing, are these pills controlling me
Wanting to bring them all down but I decided to leave them out
Been keeping to myself but in my head all I do is shout
I want to hurt someone; I want to make them bleed
I want to hear them scream to help sustain my need
I want them to break; I could really use a good laugh
I want to make them all suffer and make art with my craft
With a big smile on my face, I put them out on display
Seeking out my victims making them all my little prey
Music to my ears, they watch me prepare their graves
I dress them up so pretty smiling at my pretty little slaves
Some are already dead, then there’s a few still alive
Sitting with the rest, waiting for the right time to arrive
I tease them while I feed them, happy to see their needs
Little do they all know, I’m already planting my seeds
I grin widely and watch as they all choke
I help a few out by slicing open their throats
Satisfied with the results, I take a bow to my crowd
Twenty bodies surround me; they make me feel so proud
I smile at my favorite one; He was such a good pet
If you though I was just “Insane” you haven’t seen nothing yet

Submitted: Monday, July 01, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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