February 29, 2008

Tossed in a Pit

Tossed in a Pit

Stained yellow fangs pierce deep through the soft cherry pink flesh,
Warm crimson juices spew and drip down the snarling hairy snout,
Meat is ferociously torn from its sturdy structural system
As the clenching jaw shatters each bone it grasps.
Limbs have only tendons left for support,
As they are swung back and forth in the tearing.
Being devoured.
Yet, so helplessly the scattering eyes stare back
At the shapeless body and seclusively extended dark hand.

It’s murder.