Nobody Taught Me How to Kill Someone
nobody taught me how to kill someone;
in all honesty, it’s like killing a colony of ants,
except the ants can scream and kill you too.
but just a smidgen of intoxicated gas, does the job for you.
nobody taught me how to drag a dead body;
in all honesty, it’s like dragging a life time of revenge.
the details are sweaty and sore,
but the vengeance is sweeter than your victim’s smile.
nobody really taught me how to hide a dead body;
in all honesty, it’s like playing hide and seek,
except you’re dragging a pungent, dead body and time’s your seeker.
but that’s the final step,
before you’re the seeker, and the police’s suspects are the hiders.
despite these rules, the biggest tip one of them all,
my fellow murderers,
is not to forget to smile.