tabitha driskell

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

Saws*


Saws are pretty
They are so much fun
I can't wait to try it out

Do you want to try it out?
Please just try it out...
It will only hurt a little

Then after we are done playing saw
We can pick others to play...
Just a prick here and there
It is so much fun

You want to try it on others?
I will let you...
Then after you are done
We will wash the red paint off

I love it when the red paint is here
It is so pretty...Oh how it glistens
Now all we need is stitches
It makes people look so pretty

Do you want to try it out?
Please just try it out...
It will only hurt a little...

See, I told you it will only hurt a little.
So, let's go pick others to play with
Then we can wash the paint off

(Picture a dagger at the end of this poem with DEAL WITH IT carved on the blade)

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

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M= for mature, may have craziness in it :)

HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13 HAHAHA! ! ...a little too much?

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