Stab me Slowly

by Fig   May 4, 2005

Take the long silver dagger
Lay me on the ground
Though the fear is building
I mustn’t make a sound
Hold the blade against my chest
Slowly sink it in
Now has come the red reward
For all my hidden sin

The blood, it seeps and gurgles
And drips across my skin
My mouth it fills with redness
And it dribbles down my chin
Now my mind is screaming
A thousand shaking cries
But my mouth is gaping for
Salvation from the skies

The white-hot searing torment
Is burning with my pain
Hold the knife above my face
Prepare to stab again
A little blood drips from the blade
And falls into my eye
Your tortured face is splashed with red
And red tears I will cry

Bring the dagger slowly down
To rest upon my face
I pray for one last face of love
Or one more soft embrace
Stab me slowly this time now
Pierce through the skin
Feel the skull bone splinter
It’s fragile now, and thin

Thrust the pain into my head
And grimace as I die
This is what you do to me
When you say good-bye


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Latest Comments

  • 17 years ago

    by John Fleece

    Ok, kinda werid. But why would i want to stab you for?

  • 17 years ago

    by Jeff Hollers

    WOW I take It You don't Like Good Byes at all!!!

  • 17 years ago

    by facedownindirt

    W0w... i absolutly LOVE this poem! i never thought it would end this way and i love how it did... you put a meaning for all of these horrible things and it turned out EXCELLENT!!! your going into my favorites so i hope u write some more!! YoU rOcK


  • 17 years ago

    by Rikki

    This is truly an amazing poem. I am at a loss for words for which I could praise you with. All I can say is that you are extremely talented.

  • 17 years ago

    by Abby

    Excellent poem!!!! My comment will probably just be lost amongst the others, but it really is wonderful...I know the feeling all too well. Bye the way, thanks for commenting on my poem ;)