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Everybody Loves You



Everybody Loves You
By kennethcook on 04/30/2013
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So sing your pretty little song.
Just dance your happy jig,
and whistle your carefree tune.
For everybody loves your beautiful face.
Yes, you are everybody's favorite woman,
and the world will forever shout your praises.
Forget how you pounced on my face;
biting, tearing, ripping, shredding, screaming;
the flesh flying, and the blood splattering the walls,
dripping and running down in scarlet ribbons.
Never mind that you tore the heart from my chest;
pressing and squeezing it between your palms,
until it exploded with a thunderous bang,
and covered your face with my warm, red blood.
It doesn't matter that you kicked me in the crotch
again and again, until my genitals were shiny and swollen
to a hot purple mass of throbbing, inflamed flesh,
and then popped like a blood-filled balloon,
spraying the air with coppery-smelling crimson drops.
So sing your pretty little song.
Just dance your happy jig,
and whistle your carefree tune.
For everybody loves your beautiful face.
Yes, you are everybody's favorite woman,
and the world will forever shout your praises.

Kenneth Norman Cook

By kennethcook On 4/30/2013 6:43:39 AM
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