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Wordlust: The Creeping

The Creeping 10/19/2010
You make me sick
Vile, putrid
Makes me feel like something is amiss
Failing, screaming
The sight of you creates the spiders
The creeping hate inside me
Avoid you, see you
Wish I could gauge out my eyes
The sight of you creates the snakes
The creeping hate inside me
Crawling, fading
Deeper and deeper I fall
Into the black abyss
Hatred, undisguised
Can't hide behind these eyes
The sight of you creates the rats
The creeping hate inside me
Taunting, deafening
I hear your screams
Like a lullaby in my dreams
Away, be gone
I wish I could send you away
I wish I could let go of your string
You the balloon that flies high
Up into the sky, the clouds you disappear
Fire, burning
The sun shall be your demise
I hold your rubber remains in my palms
The evilest smile, faintest laugh
Oh how they escape my lips
The sight of you creates the crawling flesh
The creeping hate inside me

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