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    dots Submission Name: Blood Curdled at The Chilling Quill 2dots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 149
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
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    Blood Curdled at The Chilling Quill 2


    And when the darkness falls
    What sleep will there be

    Save in dire dreams
    The nightmare murder moves closer

    On prickling skin
    Balking and gagging

    Left to the suffocation of sheets
    And dripping sweat

    When the darkness falls
    Sleep there will be

    But hunted on wide rimmed starings
    On a chill pitch glue blackness

    Shuffle tarot card footsteps
    Only the skeleton creek of the shutters lynch

    Breaks on the beaded pores of mumbled prayers
    Our father who art in the dark

    Settles fitful slumberous breath
    On a vampires teeth

    Raked the burning ashes of cold eating eyes
    ‘Tis the middle of the night

    Only the undead ivory glistens
    The forgotten blood stains

    When darkness falls
    Sleep there will be

    In dire dreams
    Nightmare murder moves closer




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