The Grim Reaper.

by Steven Beesley   Mar 22, 2006

The Grim Reaper:

He is the personification of death,
cloaked skeleton holding a scythe.
To take away your very last breath,
pray that he never comes to visit.

Most gruesome specter you will ever find.
He glides by night, his destined
victims for which he'll seek.
He will see you in hell before you speak.

So mind yourself as you sleep,
for his coming will make you weep.
Angel of death with one thing on his mind.
He will track down all those that he must seek out and find.

His midnight black robe you will
never want to see.
should you ever see him,
you know that he is seeking thee.

Your head he will sever like grain,
he will not stop, he won't refrain.
He will not talk, he will not speak,
grab your coat and begin to flee.

Steven Beesley (C)


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  • 10 years ago

    by Lexie_cherryblossom1331

    That one was really scary but also really good at the same time. Keep up all the good work!

  • 11 years ago

    by shobhana kumar

    Great one. really must keep this in mind before we hit the sack each night!!!


  • 11 years ago

    by Luke

    Great Rhymes.. With a Great Flow.. Filled With Sinister Meanings.. All In All A Great Poem!

  • 11 years ago

    by Melissa

    Wow, what a haunting and chilling write! Definately scared me, I'm glad it's morning! ;o)

  • 11 years ago

    by Simon Hayes

    ... woah... this one gives me chills!! A dark and haunting write!! Superbly done.