Nightmare Street (A Poem)
By Steve West
November 25, 2015 11:17pm CST
Take a walk down Nightmare Street. Be careful as you go. There are witches, monsters, ghosts, and gremlins Marching toe to toe. There are beasts with sharp teeth, And dragons on fire. A walk down Nightmare Street Is a dangerous desire. Don't worry about the broken skulls. Don't fear the Zombies in the dark. A walk down Nightmare Street Is more deadly than a shark. There's only one way to go. There's no way out. You can shriek and scream, But no one will hear your shout. Take a walk down Nightmare Street If you fondest desire is death. Just remember to say goodbye to all you love Because this will be your final test.
2 people like this
• Derry, Northern Ireland
26 Nov 15
Reminds me of "Tiptoe, through the tulips...".
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