Poet Introduction Mostly just write horror or sad love poems. †I haven't watched a lot of horror so my knowledge on it can be very limited. †That makes it sometimes hard to write horror poetry so suggestions from you will be helpful!!
His beady black eyes stare me down His smile sends shivers down my spine His face a sickly yellow He stares down upon me like Iím a toy Ready for him to play with He pretends to look kind But I know the blood on his hands Heís always watching, never missing a movement He knows all our secrets and pretends to be kind But the blood on his hands are hidden behind the smile The smile thatís too big to be humanly possible He strangles kids after midnight Luring them in with his inhuman smile
Iím so excited We've been married for a year! We went out to dinner, Took a walk by the beach, Started talking and laughing by the shore. † When we got home, It was time to exchange gifts. I gave him mine first. A new wallet and the Xbox game he wanted. Then it was my turn. I could hardly wait. He told me to close my eyes, And to hold out my hands. I did as he said. I heard him struggling so it must be something big!! Oh I could hardly wait! But then I was confused. There was a terrible pain in my stomach. ...
Last night our electrical carbon monoxide detector was broken and wouldn't stop going off. †I wrote this poem why we were trying to shut it off. †
It started around 2:14 It shared with us it's deadly scream It kept going off It never stopped Now I'm wide awake With my ears at stake Soon my ears will be bleeding And my heart will be pleading I know this is probably an exaggeration But come on I'm trying to sleep You try going through the exact same thing
Little creatures in the deep. Little creatures eat your feet. Little creatures inside your skin. Little creatures eat and grin. Little creatures eat and crawl up your body. Little Creatures eat till there balky. Little creatures never full. Little creatures mean and cruel. Little creatures eat you to dust. Little creatures leave bones like bread crust. †