Silver and crimson

Non-toxic Crayolas

Embalmed by shadows.

Cremation following the gore

Of the festering ceremony of light.

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Note: Yes, I know, by now you're probably wondering what this poem is all about. It's really quite simple; Silver and crimson refer to the lovable mixture of blood on a knife. Non-toxic Crayolas mean that a bloody knife is actually a safe thing, because once a knife has been used the killer is trying to cover it up, usually discarding the knife. Crayola is just another reference to the small theme of "colors". Embalmed by shadows means that the knife has been "cremated" now, splattered in blood and ready to be gotten rid of. Shadows just means that the knife is thrown out of reach... The rest should be pretty self-explanatory except for "the light", part. By "the light" I mean that the huntee has met Heaven, and has kissed the sky as their soul flew up. Please leave reviews - you know I love them - and tell me what YOU thought I meant. Be honest now. I really want to see how people interpret this. I will be writing more like this.