Dark, Freestyle, Honor, Poetry, Video Games

Labyrinth Named School

Picture by Haley Scully

A maze of narrow, twisting halls, 

Invisible blood seeping from the walls

Crimson pooling on tile, 

A scarlet sea covering everything

Tormented souls lurking nearby, 

Their wails echoing in the night

Past misfortunes buried beneath,

Memories best left behind

A foundation of rot and decay,

Everything reeking of tragedy

A puzzle of careless lies and cruel secrets, 

Born from surging darkness

The place you will forever 

Know as home,

The labyrinth entrapping your soul

© 8 August 2019, by Haley Scully

This is a poem I wrote a year ago, inspired by “White Day: A Labyrinth Named School”. Since I just wrote my last CIB Sunday post over it, and happen to really love this game, I thought it would be fitting to share my poem, too. I hope you enjoy it! And if you’re into horror video games, especially Asian ones, I’d highly recommend “White Day”!


4 thoughts on “Labyrinth Named School”

    1. Yeah, I think memories of school stick with us for the rest of our lives. Unfortunately, they’re not always positive. I’d say in the case of the “White Day” game, those memories probably lean more towards negative… 😅

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