There’s a monster in my head,
It killed my cat, my loyal Fred.
Soon, all the local neighbor pets,
Disappear just like casino bets.
My neighbors have blamed only me,
But it’s the monster they cannot see.
I tried to tell them to run away,
Before the monster comes out to play.
They thought they’d caught the guilty foe,
So, they didn’t turn and go.
They yelled and pushed, scaring me,
I closed my eyes, let the monster free.
The room grew quiet as a mouse,
My eyes opened to a bloody house.
All my friends, dead at my feet,
My hands covered in bloody heat.
They were right, but they should have fled,
It was always me, the monster in my head.