Abby Abby, Run Run Run, Your father taught you how to have fun, The blade's slice, as you dice, the thrill of chase, is nothing like the trill of the kill, Abby Abby, Run Run Run, Your father taught you how to have fun, Harrison Harrison Don't you dare run, Your daughter will pay for what you have done, Rebecca is dead, Ignore the voices in your head, Abby is Daddy's little girl, her silence is enough to make you snap, as you hear the bones crack, Harrison Harrison Don't you dare run, Your daughter will pay for what you have done, Find Brandy, And kill Ron, Daddy sure taught you how to have fun, Harrison Harrison, Don't you dare run, Abby Abby Run Run Run
Okay, the first thing you need to know about me, is: I AM NOT A WRITER! :P I have a basic high school education, and no special training in the art of writing...so please DON'T critique my writing, (I already know it needs work) If you would like, SUGGEST something that would help make it more professional....on second thought, DON"T! You will probably just end up irritating me.
Think of me as a STORYTELLER! I do enjoy writing and getting the ideas out of my head, and onto paper. It's funny, reading was never one of my interests, until I started to write my ideas down. I would read, re-read, and edit, and then read again, until I finally had what I thought was good enough. But I am my own worst enemy...I read something I write and I think it sucks, but other people like it... I second guess myself a lot, should I add this, change that, leave it alone...Anyways...I ramble sometimes too. What I would really like is for my stories to be told on the big screen... it would be awesome just to see something I thought of in a movie. Anyways, thanks for checking out my profile, and leave comments on my stories...Thanks, Mike
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Description: Just a few poems I have written...I will add to it occasionally.
Other Works by MikeTurpen.
Harrison Kringe loses more than his wife when she suddenly dies after giving birth; he loses his mind. H...
I opened the note and read it: YOU SHOULD MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. STICK YOUR NOSE WHERE IT DOESN’T BELON...
Poems I have written that were inspired by "Daddy's Little Girl" SPOILER ALERT...Read the story first.