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(see) how you cry-out

his truth is not
he has his purpose
for which you
are suited.

fear is far better,
when its concentrated.


sh-sh-shivers traveling up
the slippering of cooled skin
maybe its best to notify your next
of kin...

he's not a Shaman
supping on your sufferings
and memorizing all their
see how see how
he's in the distance

now, closing in...

aaahhh-his jaw sinks deeply in.

sweet sweat of fear provokes,
bright shiny vit-a-mins
for the high high priest.

he suckles them in before
the orange sun rises
beckoning from
the East.

gah-gah-grinding a-tween his

so sharply sythe-serrated
squealing-screaming as you are
fah-fah-feeling his


Copyright October 24, 2013
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Melissa A Howells
Meloo straight from her Tilt-a-World
Hot Damn Its Nearly Halloween

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