Matt Merante ~ Phenom ~ all work copywrited
Blood, the color of life which surges through blue topaz caverns to keep its boisterous echo in fine tune. Blood, the color of affliction engulfing man within its acrid gore spewing out upon the province polestar. Blood, the color of fangs belonging to the beast out in the pen who feasts upon mankind's wailing, wrenchful tongues. Blood, the color of God's fountain pen which crosses out the sins of all his kin of those who sign the book of endless page. Yours Truly: Phenom or "thephenom~ *** The Web-footed Martyr ********************* While soaring with my siblings through the sky We plunge into a quag to cool our quills. A two-eyed log is closely swimming by As my kindred plummet with their bills. This creepy creature clangs his jagged knives To feast upon the blood of my menage. I plan a brilliant scheme to save their lives To gouge his eyes during his hungry rage. I sit upon this blinded reptile's snout, Grateful for the lives that still remain. My posse's gleeful eyes begin to pout As I fall down this lurid lizard's drain. My feathered folk continue on their way; No quacks are sounded as my kindred pray. *** Foam **** It's hard to keep the froth within the wrath created by a sin. It bleaches the lips of those who wail atop the earthly roof of hell. It is the venom in my fangs erected by keen hunger pangs. Thus, no matter where my soul may roam thy mouth keeps drooling wet, wan foam. *** The Phenom ~ Matt Merante
Granacide ********* A car was speeding down the highway when all of a sudden an elderly woman was twitching her limbs helplessly on the street after being run over while transporting her groceries to the other side. The driver of the car felt he had hit something, but what? "Gulp, oh please Lord don't let it be so! Please let this be a nightmare. I didn't do that to her did I?" Hearing a voice in his head. "Go back my son." At first he ignored the voice, but then he heard it again, "You must go back!" He suddenly brought his car to a screeching halt and glanced in his rearview mirror. He saw several other cars stopped and a person running back to a house. The driver was hesitant to even approach what was behind him. He reluctantly stepped out of the car and started walking slowly to the crowd of people. "Call 911!" He heard some boy yelling amongst all the other hustle and bustle noises. He finally had reached the crowd. He peered through several shoulders and over some heads. He saw what was his nightmare. The elderly lady was lying in a pool of blood with her groceries spread amongst the street. She was not twitching anymore; her body had gone limp. Some bearded motorcyclist was asking people, "What happened man? Did like anybody see anything? Somebody, please help!" The crowd began to gather, but no one seemed able to do anything. Everyone just stared in disbelief. Then out of the crowd came a group of young men who seemed in complete control of there facilities and discussed the accident in a very objective fashion as though they werent part of the mass of onlookers, and then just shook their heads and wandered off. Suddenly, the driver moved to the old woman's side and asked her name in order to keep her occupied. She didn't respond, most dead people don't. Soon he heard another voice from beyond. "exhale over her body." What for, the driver thought. This seemed to be the most ridiculous idea he ever heard. "Blow hard," said the voice again. He figured since everyone was already looking at him oddly, this wouldn't hurt, so he did. As he blew a blood-stained message appeared on his chest. Everyone in the crowd stood in disbelief as they read the message. The message read in bold print--"I committed Granacide."
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