The Lady of SilenceShe appears in our dreamsAnd turns them into nightmares.Though when we're awake,She stands and gives us cold stares.Eyes black and soulless,Hair a retched mess,Skin as pale as the dead,And wears a darkened dress.She cannot speak,So we do not hear.But when she claws her nails,It's painful to the ear.She haunts all,From young to old.We can tell she's thereWhen the air turns cold.Objects begin to moveAnd a chill creeps up our spines.The cat starts to hiss,These are the signs.She tries to persuade usInto meeting our fate,But we do not listen,Increasing her hate.She forces us downAnd concures our souls,So we may obey,And play our fatal roles.From this, she makes us sufferAnd causes much violence.She is a warning to everyone.The lady of silence.
The GrudgeHer husband had found out of her love for another.Rage concurred his mind, as did horrified shock to hers'.She bolted down the hall in a hurry to get away from him, but he, her husband, was close behind.Her ankle went SNAP! And down to the ground she went.She desperately tried to crawl down the stairs, but he got to her.Snapping her neck, she let out a croaking moan and collapsed to the ground.From the balcony, her son had seen.Mortified, he ran, as did his father.Reaching the top, he caught his son.Toshio let out a scream, but no one could hear.Not with his head forced into the tub of water.Squirming, screaming, and splashed around frantically, trying to reach the surface to breathe.But it was too late, as was it for his pet cat; drowned as well.To the bedroom the husband went.A noose tightened around his neck.CRACK!The house for which these events occurred in had been known as the most haunted house in Japan.For whoever goes in receives the curse.Fury consumes the g
The Secrets of the MansionCome, children, come,So I may tell you a story,But be warned and cautious,It is rather gory.But I'll spare all the details,So do not fear.This story is simply for fun,So do come close and hear.Now our tale beginsWith a girl known as Elle.She was as gentle as a butterflyAnd she seemed rather well.But curiosity got the best of herAnd she couldn't help but seeThe large eerie mansion,The one that frightened me.She approached the large beaten doorAnd rung the deafening bell.Little did this girl know,She was in for complete hell.The door creaked openAnd a replusing odor flew.She took a step inside and thought,"Those rumors are not true."Once insideThe darkened place,It seemed awfully messy,It was such a disgrace.Once deep inside,The door locked shut.Now she was beginning to worryWith pain in her gut.Suddenly she heard crackling moansComing from behind the basement door."Who do those moans belong to?" She thought.She wanted to know more.To the basement she