What's her name?

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Review Chain


Flickering lights and that eerie sound of winds outside.
The frightening areas of sorrow and hatred that shows.
Priceless embodiments of the thickening bloodstains;
And this is the most horrid act known to mankind.
Ending a life with my bloodstained crooked hands;
With the feeling of my keys poking me in pockets.
I usually get distracted by the feeling of jingling;
Frightened, someone will ever find the remains.
I am slowly regretting the acts of my own accord.
That feeling of my heart slowly sinking shallowing;
Following from the inside that puny blood gushing.
Save me from this regretting emotions and slums.
I am begging you to come and help me from this,
For I am not a bad person and a criminal convict.
I am a person who regretted his acts of evil.
The lives I have begotten of the bodies I slowly saw.
Forgive me, O Lord God, I am not from this world.
I am so afraid of being caught by the judgment.
My life that is slowly crumbling by my own act.
The sight of white snow with blood-red stains.
The sight of the body I have begotten on top.
I see it all, with my own eyes I have received.
From God, I saw the sins of my own kind.
Kill me, I am no longer an innocent child.
The child of God he sows with his own hands.
I am not even feeling any sadness in me.
So weirdly emotions running through my guts.
That loving hands of the woman I slowly cut.
With her cold body, I put her around me.
Feeling the only warmth I have ever felt.
She hugged me with the fake smile I drew.
Her arms around my waist that I’ve yearned.
I’ve been thinking and thinking and thinking.
I now regret I have forgotten her name.

 


Submitted: February 01, 2018

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Teddy Kimathi

God, that was eerie! I like the Stephen King feel in your piece! Keep the words flowing!

Wed, February 7th, 2018 1:02am

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