Mary, Mary

by Fiend in the Iron Maiden   Aug 14, 2008


Mary, Mary, quite contrary
How do you wickedness grow
You put your heart in a crystal glass
So love can never show

You play love, like a puppeteer
Moving it with your strings
And you never stop to realize, what life is to bring

You sow agony into the hearts of all
Giving out a smile
Oh Mary, Mary, quite contrary
Your life will only be for a while

So if you learn, anything in this life
Make sure you tuck in at night, smile big and bright
For if you don't, Mary might appear
And bringing your world down; killing everything dear

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  • 8 years ago

    by stella

    Oh my goodness.

    i simply adore it<3

    we should write together, i believe it'd be a fun project :)

  • 9 years ago

    by TheBarefootedCowgirl

    Wow i really liked this...very eerie lol..

  • 9 years ago

    by ALEX

    Eh, not so good for me.
    Some of the rhyming was very off, and you need to work on your rhythm if you're going to do pieces like that. The idea was okay, but the execution wasn't all it could be. Also, the second stanza should have had four lines like the rest.

  • 9 years ago

    by Rapheala

    Wow that was really kool.

    i acually started saying the rhyme with it

    ^.^

  • 9 years ago

    by Nobodys Hero

    Very original, i enjoyed this poem a lot.
    You created a dark atmosphere with every word!, great job this poem was dark yet brilliant =]

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