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Moment

At night it creeps
It lurks
With evil smirks
At little girls'
Deadly cirque 

Slowly it awakens
Breathing fire 
Into the taken
Souls of the burning unknown

The monster inside
That slowly consumes
That slowly destroys
That slowly reminds
Of what she has started
When little girl let him in 
when she let crimson 
finally be seen

Tried to hide
No hope no previal
Tried to run
No breath no strength
Tried to see
No flight no light

With sharp teeth
And sharper claws
Monster grasp at 
Little girl

Taking hold of 
Her soul
Her mind 
Her being
Her entire whole
Not daring to let go
Monster feeds 
On what can never...

Little girl tries to be
Tries to free 
Herself from Monster
That lives inside

Drowning in dreams
Monster let little girls see
As soon as eyes shut
To try and breathe

Cables not threads
Monster bound
To never let little girls
Run and be found
By other free souls
That monster couldn't hold

As little girls
Late at night
Stare at path finder
Comfort to seek
Monster creeps
Up from behind
Slinging ropes
Around gasping throat
Of little girls' lost hope

Little girls' screams silent
As Monster grips tighter
Little girls try to fight
But monsters might
To strong 
To tight

Worth lost
Love wasted
As monster inhales
Last bit of little girls' soul
Too ugly
Too weak
Not good enough for any too keep

Pride lost
Disgrace found
Little girl?
Monster now

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