(Warning: extremely graphic content)
What's going on when the sky starts to turn red
And I hear a spirit's voice and I scratch until I bled?
And everything around me starts to dig into my brain
Walls shoot some chains, the pain, man I'm insane
And everytime that I'm waking up I gotta scratch some more
I ripped a chunk off of my back and threw it to the floor
I walk up to the mirror and there's holes up in my face
I guess I scratched too hard and littered up my place
Now the pain grows severe but it starts to itch more
I take a f*cking razor blade just as I did before
And I get back to cutting and carving out my flesh
Since I hate to waste, I feed it when it's fresh
To my dogs, to the birds, to the homeless in the alley
It's like they just chill for a meal in the galley
But now I can't seem to move and I'm in here all alone
The dogs they came in and ripped me to the bone
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Martin Vann (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, April 20 2005, 03:54 pm|
Again, your words of life, rip away all the B.S. kindness, most pretend to give. You see the fresh wound, just now, it forms a protective scab, yet, the wound, does not heal. So, without the razors sharp edge of B.S. words, you rip the scab off, and look as it bleeds, where does the blood go, but to a dirty floor. No, B.S. and kind words with negative intent will you tolerate. Let the mirror reflect, all the B.S. we have in our lives!
Other than that, great poem Seiz. You never hold back!
|Lotus (22.214.171.124) -- Saturday, August 27 2005, 08:44 pm|
Damn thats trippy, but great
|Seizure (126.96.36.199) -- Thursday, September 1 2005, 05:14 am|
I appreciate the comments there. I thought this writing scared people away or something.
|Kami (188.8.131.52) -- Thursday, January 5 2006, 03:15 am|
Pretty Garphic but still good
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