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`PRIVATE PROPERTY!

`PRIVATE PROPERTY!

A Poem by Fran Marie
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A Collaboration Write by Fran Marie and Sean M. Addams

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PRIVATE PROPERTY!

Private Property, keep out it won't take much to put a bullet in your head
or this sign could read your epitaph on your permanent resting bed
What part of 'Do not enter!' don't you understand
violating space belonging to another man.
Hey jerk, my shotgun's always ready
for those folks who take the dare
and the bloody backwoods have plenty
of rotting bodies buried in the snare
Welcome is not a word we kindly use to greet
so take heed and read the sign
or you'll end up as gutted meat
No trespassing! 'lest we cut off your feet
Those who pay no mind to what these few words speak
end up doing the deadman's float
over yonder facedown in Bone Marrow Creek
and if by chance you do enter, you better be prepared
for the heidous shadowman who has no mercy to spare
he lurks by day and stalks at night
he kills to his bloody delight
of things so dreadful of which I cannot speak
that even strong men can't survive let alone the weak
so run, run, fast as you can for the gate
or the private property's curse will be your dooming fate!
Shadowman with an axe in his bloody hand
No breathing soul who enters will survive
He will gauge out your eyeballs
With terrified screams he slowly eats you alive
With your body parts all hanging out
He watches the last beats of your beating heart
Then he pulls off all your skin
Wishing that you obeyed the sign and walked away from the start
Finally breaking off your neck sticking your severed head on the post
Curse your weak foolish mind forever turning you into a ghost
Guts and brains are splattered everywhere
A gruesome death was his sicken plan
Your last frightened glaze
Looking into the hideous face of the Shadowman!
Should have read the warning on the bloody land
Should of walked away and death would have left you behind
Now you are buried in a shallow grave
Under the cursed private property sign!

© 2010 Fran Marie


Author's Note

  Fran Marie
Thanks sean for adding your fine talents to this collaboration I think it's great!

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Wow, definetly not even touching "private property"! hahaha, takes a lot to make Dracula frightened of a certain area. Good job once again Fran Marie, and good job Sean M. Addams!

Posted 6 Years Ago


Wow! You too always bring forth the finest there is. This was fab guys and booey scary all the way too.

Way to go.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Oh my scarey!! Felt like I was in a horror show or watching one! Loved it though, very entertaining!!

Posted 8 Years Ago


I knew i should have stopped for gas ...

Posted 8 Years Ago


This is very impressive, so dark, chilling and eerie plus down right spooky! Great collaboration with Sean Addams. I think you both did a great job on making this really very scary!

Posted 8 Years Ago


This is very spooky, so is that picture you have at the end. Quite chilling, a person might not trespass if they know this is what's waiting for them.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Okay you are making me not want to ever go in the woods again... I think this would even give Stephen King the chills.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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Fran, your going to give me nightmares..he's bad enough to be in a movie..

Posted 8 Years Ago


thanking for asking me to collabrate on this creepy piece ... I think it turned out gruesomely great ... we did do an amazing job on this :)

Posted 8 Years Ago



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