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Author Name: Freepyrofungus 0 Comments
Date Added: May 10, 2005 18:05:21 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Horror Add To Favorites | Formatted Version
The Heat of Pain
My hand turns green
As the sun begins to burn
Shout a little louder now dear
I canít see the spasms in your lips
As I begin to bite you o so hard
My dear youíre sweating
Put on some shades
And drink some juice
I see that youíve been
Punctured from the side
A wound left open for display
Look me in the eyes and tell me that it hurts
As the blood slowly drips towards the floor
So hot but cold
Fingers left out in the sun to long
O lick your lips my dear
Stare at the glass on the floor
Donít drop those eyes
Donít start to cry
Just smile
Donít worry
ĎCause everythingís alright
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