A New Home

By I IS ME



I watched as he put the rib roast on the grill 
And I watched, tic tic tic 
Dam that rib is going add to the thrill 
So I watched, tic tic tic 

I watched as he added the other meats to the feast 
Chicken, ribs, burgers, and hotdog for a treat 
The chops that he added were trimmed and thick 
And I watched everything, tic tic tic 

I watched as the potato and macaroni salads came out 
The bean and garden salads, with roasted brussel sprouts 
I watched as the kids were stuffed with that burgers and dogs trick 
And I still watched, tic tic tic 

I watched as the drinks were served and the music turnt up 
I watched as the line dances were performed and the rib roast was finally cut 
I complimented the cook while cutting through a slice super thick 
And still I watched, tic tic tic 

I watched as voices started to slur and eyes started to droop 
I watched as others gathered their things and began moving out like troops 
Some wanted more of this or that, and were told they could have their pick 
And yet I watched, tic tic tic 

Soon all the other guest had left for home 
 And most of the family had went inside the house that I had decided to make my new home 
 After snatching up the grilling utensil, a long ass fork and a butcher's knife from a block 
I should be eating rib roast after cleaning my new house in about two hours, tic tic toc

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Copyright 2019 I IS ME
Published on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.     Filed under: "Horror" and "Poetry"
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  • Bornfrompain On Wednesday, November 20, 2019, Bornfrompain (870)By person wrote:

    This had amazing imagery!!! Very well done! - BFP

  • I IS ME On Wednesday, November 20, 2019, I IS ME (378)By person wrote:

    Thanks dude for the read and comment, much appreciation

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