In the bathroom with the lights nearly off its dim look
into the mirror turn once, turn twice and then again a third
time. In between each turn you look into the mirror as you are
saying her name what do you hear, what do you see, what do you
think, and what do you feel.
A hand appears then slowly come out coming towards you,
towards you with bloody hands bloody face and bloody eyes then
all of a sudden crash!! the mirror, shaddered everywhere with
broken glass onto the floor.
You're standing there frozen still stomach is feeling ill
from what's happening the figure comes out you think to get out
of there but don't.
She go back in the mirror you look down see cuts all over
your arms and face. Lights on and you is the one who did this
you didn't see bloody mary at all
Yay! I love this. Very deep and very dark poem. Keep writing, I will definitely keep reading
by cheerleader22 7 years ago
How do you know if bloody Mary is real or not how do you know and if chuky is scary or notis it scary or not
by gothkitty 9 years ago
Writing is when you take a pen or a pencil and you use it to put words on the paper. I didn't really understand your poem, sorry.And I'm kind of upset. Been researching urban legends for a hub and you said "Bloody Mary" so I got excited
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