claudia Battams


The Offer


He's captured her, but
she looks into his rosie red eyes
he trys to cast his deadly spell
but she sees past his disguise

She sees hes trying to help
helping her to let go
helping her to get past her guilty consious
helping her to let go of the world below

So keep a close eye on her
as she is now drawn to his hypnotic spell
why would she resist such an offer
an offer to get out of her hell

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 14, 2014

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