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My Little Doll House

By Sheila Woolum All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Horror

My Little Doll House

As I sit to watch the flames from the candle I can pretend you are within my soul, as I sit to hear the beating of the music I can hear the sounds of my soul, I can hear your heart from across the unknown, mysteries coming within my body within my soul , my longing for nothing has become nothing but a pit , a pit from hell that falls beneath my spit,

I can no longer sit at the table to hold to the air without the chalice in my hand that gives you life, please come again , and come again ,

you naughty reason , why give me whispers knowing the ever blades so blind, you count the clock , counting upon our time, I see the mask you find oh so nicely spread , the weakness in your knees, how bleeding I hope you where dead,

How funny you thought I had given you poison had you lost your mind, chasing my own thoughts you thought it was your mind, lol.. I am not as dumb  you pretty stupid boy  as you think this girl can be , I have my words you have yours but only 3 , I find that the clock strikes how bored we must become , I listen to your reason again I wish you where dead, How can you think you fool me , its only a clock, I am waiting on my pumpkins , they come only at 3 for me .

you silly boy , you silly time, I am bored with you , you have no mind, you give me reasons you give me pain, I find my heart on the ground but for some reason I find its free, you are the key that holds the string to the pain that ties behind my head, I am without my eyes they are torture they are without lack , I am the doll that dresses up with shoes and strings, I live in my castle , I have a name,

I am the doll without eyes, the doll without the soul , they say if you tear a piece of cloth you will know , I am the doll , I am the dead, I am your friend, I am your foe , I am the reason wouldn’t you like to know,

I live in the doll house , broken without walls, they cracked long ago from the pain , and from the lack, they say if you put me back together again I will have no tears, for this doll was once a beauty , she was without tears, she now lives in the doll house prisons gated with her own twine, the beauty as they called her the doll of her own rhymes . now the house as broken as it seems, falling walls , falling with me , hear them as they come into my home, I am calling all of them for they are lost but I am not home,

I am the doll that the Master has made, she sits in the corners , she waits on the dead, she has such a sweet voice they say if you listen to keen , you will hear your own voice she depends on the need, listen to lies only to fall asleep , those things you call in the middle of the day only become the passions of night, tick tock the beating of the time, the doll that follows you in your beating of your mind,

My Little Doll House


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