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I walked these dilapidated halls
Where bloody hand prints covered the walls

I remember the musky scent drenching the air
Knowing this trap would leave me ensnared

Every single door opened with a screeching protest
And it seemed like my heart would leap from my breast

There was a skill to every one of these kills
The dead bodies left me in chills

I opened the wormhole in your heart
When I drove the spike in to tear it apart

I unleashed a bloodthirsty beast
Who seeks my soul to have a feast

Each breath could be my last as I stumbled along
But I had to keep my wits to remain strong

Up ahead there stood a closed mahogany door
As if mocking me with some imaginary war

My hand trembled as I reached out and grabbed the doorknob
I could feel the vein in my forehead beginning to throb

But I threw the door open to see my fate in human form
Within those eyes were a twisting and violent storm

I remember the bloody scent drenching the air
And for the first time in my life I truly felt scared

I no longer walk these dilapidated halls
Where I bled out with nobody to heed my calls

Copyright © Christopher Goss


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  1. Date: 2/9/2016 6:37:00 AM

    Great write Christopher..