The walking dead is everywhere
Even the skeletons in the closet isn’t safe.
They walk so slow but their eyes work fast
As soon as they see their prey.
Wearing facades they walk among us
Deceiving our eyes.
They hides in plain sight, lying with an altruist’s mask.
But mean they are and keen they see
Waiting for a perfect moment to feed on us
To draw out our blood, dry our veins
Break our bones, burn our skin and
Throw us naked on the floor,
After eating our soul
Then they accuse us, of doing that on our own.
By regaining strength we try and get back up
But the rest of the zombies
Who’s feelings died long back
Shames us in public and in courts.
So finally we die without Chasity
Just because we lived as a human
In the world ruled by zombies!
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