The Queen Of Fairy Land

Poem By Rudyard Kipling

I'll hunt you when your sleeping
As soon as light begins to fade
You can taste the steel from my mother f**king blade
I'll kill your family
I'll kill your friends
I'll make you wish your life would end
I'll finally get to you and I'll stick the knife in deep
I'll leave your house, not one peep.

Comments about The Queen Of Fairy Land

this scares me... *nervous laugh* but, i do like the way you made it sound like prey, ready for its kill. its frightening, yet suspenseful.

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