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Ode To Horror Movies

By , Acton, MA
As I enter the dark theater, filled with texting teenagers,
I feel a spine chilling sensation of darkness.


















I look up to the screen and see blood and terror,
My heart beats faster like a roller coaster
Making it’s way to the peak.

I think to myself
If there are such dull brained people in this world
with disbelief I think not of.

As I see more and more vibrant blood, the fear I feel is rising.
Quicker by the second
It gradually sinks deeper and deeper into my tensed spine,
Without determination to engulf, me and those around me.
I try to resist, but no success.
I can’t help it










I realize that this memory will stay with me,
Even if I try to get rid of it.
Like a badly cut bruise left from an accident

It will not leave,
And forever stay with me
Deep in my mind, thoughts and dreams.


As I try to think happy thoughts,
Those dreading haunting come back,
As I remember the bruise left from my accident
With a bloodthirsty scream.

They always come back to torment me
I feel dreaded like the sorrow
Of a lost one.



I wish I didn’t watch it, when I lie down at night,
Those scary deep thoughts still crammed into my brain,
It won’t go away , even though I try to get rid of it
With irritation I think happy thoughts
As I try more and more, they keep coming back
They won’t give up
Neither will I.
Those scary deep thoughts still wandering
Away in my brain
Forever more.
Now I realize the bad consequences
That comes with watching horror movies.
They simply won’t go away.





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