Entry 75: Claire

I didn’t do it/YES I DID!

They were happy/I WAS MAD!

I didn’t enjoy it/OH BUT I DID!

I think there is a monster inside my 6 year old body/I AM THE MONSTER!

I didn’t care for the taste of their flesh/IT WAS FUCKING DELICIOUS!

I’m just an innocent little girl/I’M EVERYTHING YOU FEAR!

You reading this should be safe/I’M GOING TO ESCAPE BLACK WINTER AND STAB YOU IN THE FACE!

No really we can’t leave/THAT’S WHAT YOU THINK!

Seriously, we exist in a fictional reality/THINKING THAT WILL REALLY KEEP YOU SAFE WHEN I MURDER YOUR FAMILY, STEAL YOUR SOUL, AND FUCKING DRAG YOU BACK TO BLACK WINTER MYSELF!

Why that look on your face?/I CARVED OFF MY DOGS FACE!

I assure you that you are safe/THERE IS NO PLACE YOU CAN HIDE!

Yep, a fictional town in a fictional space/THAT IS WHAT YOU THINK!

I couldn’t possibly get inside your mind/I’M PSYCHIC, SEE YOU SOON!

I’m trapped in this old, drab, padded cell/I’VE KILLED THEM ALL IN THIS PLACE!

They are surely all safe outside this cell/THEY ARE LIVING IN ME NOW!

Oh is that your cat?/SO CUTE THAT IT IS BLACK!

You drink coffee?/I DRINK BLOOD!

You like meat?/I DO TOO…OF A DIFFERENT VARIETY!

Can you see me smile as you read this?/I LOVE WHEN MY VICTIMS SMILE EVEN IF I CARVE IT INTO THEIR FACE!

Are you feeling okay?/WHY THAT FACE?

You love to read and write/I MAKE ART OF A DIFFERENT KIND!

Well when next we speak/IT WILL BE IN NIGHTMARES AS YOU WEEP!

Oh you have such a lovely home/DO YOU SEE ME WATCHING YOU?

-Claire-

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11 thoughts on “Entry 75: Claire

  1. This is a twisted use of split perspective. At least I’m calling it split perspective.

    “You drink coffee?/I DRINK BLOOD!” I prefer to use the blood as creamer. For me, the coffee is too bitter and blood is to thick on their own. But combined by the local barista into a mocha-whippa-frappa-bloody-latte, now that’s a winner. Of course they will roll their eyes when you toss them vial of unicorn blood, but hey, if they want a tip they make the coffee how I want it!

    Great stuff as always!

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    • I love how even your replies are creative and fun. 🙂 Split perspective is a really good way of putting it. People should really stop judging others for using Unicorn blood. 😉 Thank you for coming to the blog once again, and for your perspective as well as humorous reply.

      I look forward to your next article.

      Cheers! ^_^

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    • Thank you so much! Your handle is apt. Always rummaging through poetry! Xp

      *Sigh*

      Okay, so not to ramble/I ALWAYS RAMBLE! However, I just wanted to say thanks so much as whole. Seriously, you and the many lovely souls who follow the blog and read, comment, and all that lovely stuff are so much more helpful than you know!

      It is talking to you that is part of that gives spark to write on days like today. So as much as it sounds cliche for me to say something like thank you, I REALLY MEAN IT! ^_^

      That being said, my psychological scarring will ensure I continue writing regardless. 🙂 On days where I’m having a hard time focusing due to life, all of you get me to write anyways. I almost didn’t post today and then it happened, and that is because of you all!

      So thank you Rummager and the rest of you lovely souls! ^_^

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      • I know what you mean, Sin! I, too, feel the pull to write; especially when the darkness can be overwhelming. Don’t worry about rambling — it’s part of who you are and should be left unbridled. Personally, I think it’s wonderful to be able to express yourself the way that you do.

        One of my favorite past times is reading your poems. There’s always something to uncover (sometimes, though, it’s already pretty uncovered and quite bare!). 😀 ❤

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      • Hehehe…Twisted minds for twisted times. Xp Aww, you like reading my poetry. I would never have guessed! 😮 Okay, I’m kidding, but it is an honor to hear that. 🙂

        You know, telling me to leave my rambling unbridled is dangerous! I could talk about all sorts of nonsensical mumbojumbo…I’d sound like some old dude being like “back in my day…” Xp Okay, I will keep what you said in mind but just know, you have been warned!

        There once was a monkey named Dave. Dave wasn’t like other monkeys. He scared other monkeys. Always sitting silently, writing and scribbling all day. In his journal where he was supposed to write his spelling words he wrote short stories instead. This would always perplex the English Teacher and her other monkey students. (Yeah, these monkeys know English, they just vocalize it differently).

        One day the teacher told Dave, I’m not sure whether I should punish you for not doing your homework or praise you for writing stories at such a young age? You know what she did, she gave Dave a pass, and she helped him with the finer points of said writing.

        It was 3rd grade, but she believed it was never too early to help inspire and teach one with an imagination like Dave’s. Alas, she was pretty big inspiration, though at the time Dave did not realize that.

        Moral of The Story: Teachers change lives (should get paid more) and I could ramble longer! 😉 Anywho, story is true, names are changed though. My name is not Dave.

        Cheers! ^_^

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      • I would gladly kiss your teacher! Thank goodness for her foresight and kindness. Teachers have the power to add so much to a child’s life that forever can empower them. She must have seen the passion and the talent in you at such an early age! I think the fact that you were writing a short story and not just twiddling your thumbs spoke volumes to her. And look at you now — you speak volumes and volumes 😀 I enjoy your passion, “Dave.” Don’t ever let it go… xo

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