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In This Game, There Is No Easy Way Out

written by: Kayleigh Merchant

 

Stuck in a dark dark room is a dark dark shadowed figure plaguing the entire perimeter of corners,
Causing problems for all newcomers as they unravel through the mountains of inaccessible locks,
The codes to be decoded are always missing
It takes a lot of adjustments to unjumble the symbols,
One successful symbol clearance opens the door to the next objective of brain teasing,
Never an easy way to escape,
Always another door that replicates
Behind every window is a face of horror
Guarding the gates of honour,
Zombified vampires are warded off only when faced with courage,
A lot of key cradled cuts before reaching the vaults of zombie guts,
To get to the golden house of Lords
The greenwalk slime matrix awaits the trips,
Look before you fall into a pile of goo
Thickened like wallpaper glue,
Garlic bulbs hang from the overhead
Strong in scent but not near effective as coconuts given to monkeys,
Stood in front are a family of thirst feasting children ready to take a bite,
You have two sides to run,
Will you go left?
Or will you jump right?
Decisions, decisions...
Wolves howl until the end of moon,
Shadowing down on the maze filled rooms,
More decode able puzzles to determine a successful turning,
What's on the other side of that green eyed door?
Oh just what we thought...
Another blood red scratched up door
With the stench of ghoulish sauce.

KL Merchant

KL Merchant

Kayleigh is a British singer songwriter that has been making music for years. She writes in metaphor and writes about her real life experiences and the darkest times of the journey she has embarked upon. Her grab life by the horns attitude has won her a great knock out of notable wins as she battles on like the true soldier she is.
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