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The SYMPHONY Series: Symphony No. 2.

Last week, we presented you with Symphony in White. This week, for a slight change of pace, we shall display for your amusement: Symphony in Red.

train

We introduce the murder scene:

A horrid sight, at best.

The blood flows down

Dirt mixes in

And stains your shoes, no less.

Back up, now —

We need room to work.

And I urge you:

Hold your tongue.

No screaming, now;

I need time to think;

There’s too much to be done.

Eyes closed tight;

Don’t look too quick;

A dizzy spell flows o’er.

I feel your heart;

It beats too hard;

You’ve forgotten what it’s for.

FINIS.

Text ยฉ C.M. Blackwood 2016.

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