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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: 5 Creepy Japanese Death Poems

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So Ive been studying some Japanese Death poems as I finish up my short film, Dreadful


Ill talk more about that in the coming months.

But with National Poetry Day coming up, Im doing this collab with Dont Turn Around,

where well be reading you some horror poetry.

I thought it would be fun to practice writing some Japanese Death Poems and put a CZsWorld

twist on it, so Im gonna base each of these poems on some of my favorite horror anime,

and whoever can guess what theyre from will win some kind of shoutout or something.

And stick around to the end where Ill narrate the Japanese Death Poem from my upcoming film,

Dreadful Misfortune.

Ichi I opposed the move.

Gazing on empty caskets.

He inquired aloud.

Arent you afraid of dying?

Ive been dead for some time now.


Monsters roam this world.

But justice will come swiftly, as with all monsters.

I know this monster because, in truth, I am that monster.


The ninth grade, class three.

Would be the last grade, for me.

As with those before.

A curse to grea t to ignore.

Ignore her, to live one more.


Twelve contestants play.

A twisted and fatal game.

When even peers lock.

Even friendship goes to shame.

She only has her, to blame.


The coffees a bit strong.

And this dates gone on too long.

City lights so dim.

Walk me home, they look so grim.

Leaving half of me with him.


The ink of this scribe, is only seen in the eyes,

of shinigami, who possess glowing white eyes.

Dreadful misfortune, runs dry.

The voice you heard in this video was Dont Turn Around.

Click the link right here to listen to the epic horror poem that I helped narrate on

their channel.

Remember to subscribe to CZsWorld for new horrors every week, ring that deathbell for

notifications and Ill see you in the next one.

Assuming, we both survive.

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