The Descent

She was falling, falling, falling

Slowly it began, but she fanned the flames

She let it scorch and burn and seer

Everything she should not have done

She fed the hunger and made it hungrier

And all her world crumbled around her

No one dared to try and stop her

So the falling carried on

And every event, every moment

She was closer and closer to the edge

Until it all came to a head

Her mother was right, she was a monster

And she struggled and writhed, tears flowing for the first time

Her brother looked at her with pain in his eyes

And the madness finally overcame her