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Draw me a picture, Rose,
Draw a picture for me.
To prove you are real,
Not imaginary.

You called me again,
again, and once more.
Draw me a picture,
to prove who you are.

You say you are old,
much older than I,
I am not from the future;
why haven’t you died?

You talk of the war
that ended ages ago.
Why are you calling me?
Who are you, Rose?

On the wall in the pantry,
behind the wallpaper.
Go look for me, dearest
go look for the flower.

You didn’t believe me,
but now, you must.
Look for the flower,
covered in dust.

Am I scaring you, darling?
Am I scaring you yet?
I’ll make you believe,
I’ll make you, my pet.

Behind the wall,
that pantry wall of bricks,
hang three brittle bodies,
bones like sticks.

You can’t run from me, sweetie,
I’ll just change the past.
Your little girl self
had better hide, fast.

I’ll chase you to the back room,
I’m going to kill you.
You’re on the floor, frozen,
the fear I bring stills you.

I’ll raise my knife
and you’ll wait to be dead.
But then you’ll open your eyes,
and slowly look up…

It was all just in your head.
So today I watched "The Caller" with my dad... Pretty good movie.
Anyways, I decided to write a poem on my take of the movie.
Hope you like C:

"The Caller" trailer (in case you don't know what it's about): [link]
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ReaperofRegrets Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
At first i thought this was talking about Rose from Doctor Who
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LiNgErInGdIsAsTeR Featured By Owner May 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
That's surprisingly the first time someone's mentioned that
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ReaperofRegrets Featured By Owner May 17, 2013
Well Wow
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LiNgErInGdIsAsTeR Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for the fav, too c:
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