Katy's Shroud

by Broken Nightingale   Dec 2, 2019

Katy never been to town
All she has a secret shroud
Threw it all over her hound
Doggo dies and takes a bow

With sky that match her skirt so dark
She runs around, trips on bark
Burised the knees, things comes to halt
Katy cried 'its all your fault'

Clinched the shroud, mighty and loud
Threw around , it fell on ground
Lifeless laid the things it touched
The ground ,the trees, the frog, the mud

Darkest cloud on a darkest night
The dead screams, the corpse howl
The whitest shroud, brings death alike
In Katy's hands all plead, yet die.


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