Never Leave Me: A Psycho's PoemIf you leave me for another, I would Stab them in the throat and lock you in my basement. So you could never leave again.
If you would say you hate me, I would kiss your tears away and tell you not to be afraid. So you would love me again.
If you try to run away, I would break your legs. So you could not run from me.
If you try to crawl away, I would cut your arms off. So you could not get away.
If you stopped eating, I would force feed you with a tube. So you cannot die.
If you were to never gaze at me, I would carve out your eyes and keep them in a jar above your head. So you'll always be looking at me.
If you were to say hurtful words to me, I would bite off your tongue. So you could not curse me.
If you were to never love me, I would rip your heart out of your chest and eat it. So you would always be with me...
Bleach Kitties TeaserAmanthra sighed and ran a hand through her short blonde hair, her rusty red eyes squinting as the sunlight hit them. Beside her was one of her five roommates, Kayako Kurai. A curvy, busty female with long light blue hair and icy blue eyes. She was stretching her arms above her as she yawned. Amanthra turned away from her companion and hoisted her backpack higher on her shoulder. She gently hummed along with the music blasting through the headphones in her ears. She squealed when hands grabbed her breasts and squeezed them. She struggled and turned around with a blush on her face as she stared at Kayako's smirking one. Kayako put her hands on her hips. "You sing so pretty, Songbird~" She cooed as she crept closer to the other female making grabbing movements with her hands. "S-Stay away, Kaya!" Amanthra yelped as she walked backwards and tripped over a box. "Ouch~" Amanthra moaned as she held the back of her head. Kayako walked next to Amanthra and crouched down to peer in the box. "Wha
Why Do Angels Fall?She smiled to herself and laughed bitterly as she took another drag of her cancer stick. They had kicked her out, sent her to live on the streets. None of her friends wanted her to stay. She was completely alone. Was this really it? The end of her carefree and happy life? Why did the universe hate her so much? She put the burnt nutt out on the ground and stared at the ashes as the wind carried them away. She felt tears slide softly down her face. She smiled bitterly and stood, making sure not to knock the chair over. She looked up at the noose above her. She climbed gingerly onto the chair and fixed the rope snugly around her throat. Then she took a cell phone out and opened it, dialing a familiar number. "Hello?" Came a woman's voice. "I'm sorry Mom." She whispered and took a step forward. A raven cawed and looked down at the slowly swinging body hanging from it's perch in the tree. It wasn't a week later that the body of Marie Johnson was found and buried. Because of the selfishness