An acolyte of White Chapel, I walk the streets at night,
I strut the dark to feed my lust, my mildly selfish plight.
Don’t mistake me for insane, my demonic thoughts are clear,
Come to me my little *****, I show you why I’m revered.
I walk behind, step by step,
As I stalk my little coquette
she leaves the brothel, all dressed up,
Awaiting young gentleman to sup,
I’ve chosen this one for my knife,
It calmly grins to end her life.
Her caller leaves with no tip to spare,
Her saddened face hidden by her hair,
I follow her back until an alley,
The hatred then shall take my lead.
Twenty feet there from the door,
I felt her heart drop to the floor,
As I choked the breath out of her lungs,
I saw the sadness from being so close to home.
Upon my shoulder, I take her back
To the venue of my attack
I sneak through the darkest paths,
Until my home, we reach at last.
And at this part in my confession
I warn of the graphic, due to depression.
Upon my medical table she lay,
My scalpel awaits the ****** flay,
A little anesthetic, here and there,
Keeps her awake but still and fair.
She cannot scream but her eyes do widen
Though to be fair, my form does frighten,
When I lay my other instruments out,
Of leaving alive, I see her doubt.
“To business then my dear, my dear.”
Out of one eye, I spy a tear.
Because of paralysis I need no restraints,
She remains still, her heart remains faint,
I start with the kneecaps, just in case,
She breaks free of the spell, so I needn’t chase.
I place them upon my “excess” table
And then her legs I begin to cradle,
I take then every one of her toes,
And place them in a neat little row.
I take my time stemming the blood,
So death doesn’t come misunderstood,
Also that she may not pass out,
She remains conscious and without clout.
I cherish the sorrow I see in you eyes,
I enshrine the abhorrence of love I’ve revised,
acrimonious am I, animosity guides me,
I’ll **** everything you’ve ever believed.”
I move up onto her thighs,
Upon the blade, the sanguine does shine,
I split each side to sew again,
Except the muscle taken from within.
I stitch her fingers there together,
I rip out the nails to put on a tether,
Her arms have no concern to me,
Lest I graze an artery.
And my favourite, the chest cavity,
I’ll make it a shrine to my depravity
Now is the point where time is a factor,
As I do this, she will die faster.
I hammer away with the sternum-splitter,
It cracks and cracks, her heart does flutter,
I eagle the ribcage as she stares in horror,
The sound of my laughter begins to adore her.
Her organs gaze up at me in fright,
I begin extracting in delight,
She looks up, looks for her God,
But he is absent, he is a fraud.
I witness the beating grow faster,
She is in shock, this could be disaster,
A little more solution for the pain,
But just enough so that she remains.
I slowly take a needle and puncture the left lung
Her other grows violent when its marriage is undone,
I extract her spleen and then,
Her heart does pump, her blood thickens.
Involuntary muscles in her lips tighten,
I barely catch it with her lips stitched in,
Her eyes, how they wonder everywhere,
Searching for some thing somewhere.
I see in them, she questions me,
‘Why have you forsaken me?’
Darling, I think that is not the question
I did this of my own suggestion,
You may ask why I left her womanhood alone,
Her ******* and ***** no violence shown,
To that, I answer you now and simply,
Frivolous things such as *** do not concern me.
You may ask why and where she may be found,
But you won’t find her, though don’t let that cloud
Your idea of me or what lies inside,
Don’t worry however, I allowed her to die,
After I had taken her precious heart,
She likely could’ve lived half a minute to start,
But at about second “fifteen”,
I cut her throat ever so gently,
She gurgled so quietly, ever somber,
I’m sure she would’ve thanked me regardless,
But in the end I don’t feel I’ve robbed a father,
After all, what father has a ***** of a daughter?
You will never catch me, I have no motive,
Other than sport, and a mind supported,
With thoughts of these wretched street walkers,
May they all be mindful they’ve gained a stalker,
Perhaps one day you may of me learn,
A clean city and plain interest, is all I yearn.