She has led him to a disturbing place,
A familiar place that is a disgrace to his soul.
He thought he could forget about this place,
He thought he could outrun the suffering he experienced in this place,
But he was wrong.
She brought him back to this nightmarish place.
She brought him back to this diner,
So late into the night,
Where he met an unfortunate fate.
What does she hope to do for him?
What does she hope to show him at this late night diner?
I don’t want to go any further,
I feel like I shouldn’t be here at all.
This strange diner,
This diner that is so familiar to me.
A diner I never stepped foot in.
Why did she lead me here in the first place?
What could possibly still be waiting for me there?
I try my best to run away from her,
But she’s still holding on to my hand tightly.
There’s no escape from her.
I start crying and pleading for her to let me go,
I’m begging her to spare me from any more pain.
The woman with purple eyes says nothing,
She only continues leading me to a familiar place,
A familiar place that I thought I would never visit again.
We’re getting closer and closer to the diner,
And I’m starting to feel sick in my stomach.
I refuse to go any further,
But the woman with purple eyes keeps pulling me along,
No matter how much I resist.
It’s inevitable that I will see it.
We make it to the diner,
Then we go through the alley that’s next to the diner.
As we go deeper into the alley,
Darkness consumes us,
And light is nowhere in sight.
The full eventually comes out right on cue,
And I see we’re next to a dumpster,
We’re stepping in a puddle of something,
I look down and stop
I see we’re stepping in a puddle of blood,
But it’s not the scariest or strangest thing I see.
I see my dead body.