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The Croxley street poem.

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Introduction

The moon was watching in the sky, The wolves were howling in the trees In the quietness of Croxley street 56 the house that stand on its own It wasn't lit up by lights or candles, Just the dim light from the moon. In the house a pale figure stood, Staring out of the cold misty window, He moved across the gloomy house, Into the study room His wife was sat at the study desk He called her name "Marrielle" She turned with a jump He raised his hand behind his back A shining sharp blade clutched in his hand But he couldn't do it He walked into the kitchen As she followed she laughed out loud He ...read more.

Middle

Up the stairs he crashed and clattered Bang crash He flew open the bedroom door Grabbed some rope from under the bed And then grabbed Marrielle's scarf "Goodbye" He cried "And I love you both" The house went quiet as he hung from the ceiling The woods were howling The trees were talking As Richard was walking home The house was dark and gloomy There was an atmosphere all around He opened the door A speck of red blood on the floor As he walked in the kitchen Shouted his mother But got no answer As he walked in to the kitchen There she was lying on the floor in a pool of her own blood He screamed "What has been done"? ...read more.

Conclusion

He could not look at his mother As days went by, he started to feel angry but sad He started to move his mother Bit by bit Stair by stair Eventually all the family together again All in one room Reunited 25 years later The that we know as Richard Is now hated and dreaded He only comes out at night He's bored up all the windows in the house But he does still live there After all these years The moon still watches in the sky The wolves always howl in the trees In the quietness of Croxley street 56 the house that still stands Never lit by light or candles Just the dim light from the moon ...read more.

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