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by Andrea Dec 9, 2004
Dark, fantasy /
It started out as just a game.
But now this has led to more shame.
That one day began it all.
It was when she was ready to fall.
She realized her pain was due to her mother
She took her knife and slit her wrists one like the other.
Her dearest mother called for her.
She beat her to almost death and it about were.
The knife was lying carelessly on the floor.
She slowly grabbed it and stabbed her times of four.
She felt so relieved, like her pressure was gone
â€œNo more mother!â€ Oh, this she was quite fond.
Hours later her father came home.
Unknowingly, he beats her until sheâ€™s alone.
She canâ€™t take it anymore and kills him too.
Maybe now her pain will rest and sheâ€™ll know what to do.
Her temper was more than enough.
She looked so fragile but she tried to be tough.
So many took advantage of her and this is her chance.
She is off to begin her life and maybe a romance.
Here she is so pretty and her life new.
She went to go find someone who was true.
Each man deceived her, and all wound up dead.
No warning did they have before their blood was shed.
Once she killed her mother and father,
She thought the pain would end altogether.
Oh how wrong she was because she canâ€™t stop
To kill is now her instinct that wonâ€™t be fought.
Used and tortured all her life.
There was only one act to stop her strife.
The revenge she had was in bloody vain.
Now she hopes to finally end her pain.
As they are sentencing her to death row,
She smiles and a deadly kiss she did blow.
Triumphantly, she silences her evil smirk.
She has won and now death only will lurk.
The judge asks her for one last say,
She looks around and sees the dismay.
Every face has a fear stricken of a chain.
Promptly she stands up and saysâ€¦
â€œI plead insane.â€
Very well written! :) Keep up the amazing work!
by Stephanie Naylor
Sad, but great
You are a very talented poet.
Keep on writing!
Amazing. absolutly. great job keep it up
by darkness decends
Wow i loved that poem, it kept my undivided attention throughout the whole thing great work! :)