Mutant Addict

Mutant Addict

A Poem by Bluefire

My life as a mutant addict.


The fires of Hell reside under his skin

He's afraid to touch me,

Afraid to let me in.

In the dark

His eyes shine like stars

Taking mine away from his deformed body and ragged scars.

Others call him a monster,

Someones sins gone ary,

But I don't think so,

I've seen him cry.

Tears of loneliness,

Tears of sorrow,

Teetering on the edge of sanity,

Never tomorrow.

He kisses me goodnight,

His lips hot,


Turning me into a mutant addict.

© 2013 Bluefire

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Whoa. I'd love a story detailing this... "freak" 's story :3

I like this because it reminds me of my own obsession with main characters that are freaks in themselves.
After all, freaks are way more fun than normals.

Posted 4 Years Ago


4 Years Ago

Indeed, very fun. x3

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