Poem for a Creepy Doll (On Image)

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Doh - here's a version with the pic!

Been in a horror writing mood lately and Lindseyd's Creepy Doll inspired me to write a poem for it!

In case you can't see the text on the image - here it is:

Tumbling ringlets, pale strung gold
Will draw you to her sweet, sharp cold.
Glassy eyed, she’ll grab your lungs
And steal your breath
And tie your tongue

Porcelain, her skin, like cream
Will brush your cheek in honeyed dreams
She’ll fill you up, then drain you dry
And break your will
And black your sky

Created: Jan 07, 2010

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