“Je me lance vers la gloire”…

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Her naked drugged up body…
Lies tied up on the bed…
Her eyes closed to the danger…
Not knowing what is ahead…

He’s in the room there with her…
His eyes are dead and cold…
This moment’s been prepared for…
He knows how it will unfold…

In the middle of a warehouse…
A place that’s no longer in use…
No one will interrupt him…
As he begins to violate and abuse…

He likes the taste of power…
She’s in no position to resist…
He takes advantage of her body…
Every inch of her gets kissed…

But this isn’t purely sexual…
This is so much more than that…
The surgical tools around him…
Are more akin to mortal combat…

He wants to hear her suffer…
So waits till she’s awake…
And as fear floods her tired eyes…
Incisions he starts to make…

Cutting out her vital organs…
As she screams and pleads in pain…
One by one he carefully removes them…
And her heart he will retain…

The mind-set of a maniac…
Is simply out of all control…
By taking pieces from others…
He’s convinced it makes him whole…

Healing himself as he cuts…
Glory flowing through his veins…
As her torn and ripped up body…
Lies covered in lifeless bloodstains…

His need is never ending…
No one else would understand…
To him it all makes perfect sense…
His next victim is already planned…

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18 responses to ““Je me lance vers la gloire”…

  1. God what a vicious beast! Instead of our, so called, criminal justice system making their vain attempt (staged revolution)
    of their pointless, “war on drugs,” game.
    They should first and far most, have a war on heartless killers and child molesters! And let americans decide whether or not the want to kill themselves or not with alcohol and drugs! Survival of the fittest! Prohibition never worked! “Okay I’ll get off my soap box now!” ~`°•○☆laughs☆●○•°~

  2. Have you cut anyone with a scalpel? I usually imagine most of the bodies I work on as wax…unless their decomposed beyond recognition, sometimes that happens. I’ve never seen a fully conscious individual handle scalpel incisions with ease. I used to take my stitches and staples out and wake up during surgeries…men don’t handle pain as well as women, weaker species. I probably take things to literal. I enjoy working with scalpels, it takes a steady hand. Nice poem. Thank you for posting it. Have a wonderful week.

    • Interesting question and obervations Sarah – No, I never have held a scapel let lone cut anyone – this is pure fiction with a mild influence of the TV show “The Following” – which has some spellbinding moments – but yes, the men are of course the weaker species and perhaps you do take this a tad too literal, but thank you and all good round here – great to see you and hope you find other pieces of my work of interest! Cheers J

      • Actually I don’t take things too literal, I was just wondering what research you’ve done…or whoever writes (these). From a forensic stance, to psychological development and basic psychology. Scientifically speaking, women and men have very different pain thresholds-as I’m sure you’re aware. I’m a mortician so I was wondering your work with surgical tools. Also just curious what background other “writers” have in English Courses and literature. Have a fantastic time with your work. Good day.

      • Thank you Sarah… Research – I read and I watch, then allow my imagination to take over. If you are looking for cold facts, then my work would not provide it. I hear a line of a song or a song title and I try to allow it to form a character in my mind – then I put them into a scenaro and sometimes I twist the situation into darkness, other times I just kill them off dependent on my mood. I do this for distraction, so in my minds eye, I keep it lighthearted – so sadly not on the depth of levels you talk about – however your comments have prompted me to think about a few things – who knows where that might lead in time. I also do not consider myself a writer. But my background is built up of many things. English courses are not one of them. You must have an incredible skillset to work in the world you do – it certainly is not for everyone – I admire that and your writing, which is incredible. If you would like to talk more, feel free to drop me an email – eyewillnotcry@hotmail.co.uk – and thanks again for commenting – Cheers J

    • Thank you – no happy endings in my pages sadly I guess – but there are too many of those around in life. In antoehr version of this story, I am sure a hero would burst in at the last and save the fair lady and flee of into the sunset – but who would believe… Heroes are destined to fail… I appreciate your kind words – Cheers J

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