Walled in so close, closed in tight,
Fooled again by the broken promise,
Bound and stuffed in by a nurse in white,
Her kind words provide no solace.
The walls they grumble and they roar,
Now the nurse is nowhere to be seen,
The walls they shake me to my core,
Is there no one who will intervene?
The heat slowly builds down low,
So low I don't know what I feel,
But its the flickering growing glow,
That makes the flames all too real.
The fire I feel harshly searing,
The meat on my bones still bound tight,
By the nurse who isn't heeding,
My screams of pain and fright.
The rough white walls have turned to black,
The plastic melts around me,
Thanks to the smoke that's making me hack,
And in this hell won't let me see.
The curious flames now lick my lips,
I hear a nurse's scream,
My blood boils as it drips,
I must wake from this dream!
I must wake from this hell,
I must get away.
But in these walls I can tell,
My time has come so I must stay.
I came for help, I came for healing,
But if this nightmare is true,
Then by fire is my ending,
Closed in this nurse's tomb.