Lovely Girl

Rookie (4th of Feb 1998 / Muscat - Saltanate of Oman)

Dangerous position


Houses burning in front of me
Smoke blocking me to see
I could see the vampires turn 
And with a dash I spun 
But they were light speed 
I need someones help indeed 
My wooden stake in my hand 
Ready to start a battle again 
Red, glowing eyes were infront and back
Turning slowly I should strike 
Trees red and hot 
I could see the bloodlust 
I could smell the dead
Now I need a friend 
With a flash a vampire appeared 
and I jerked back for a safe guard 
I sticked it with a fast swing 
And in moments he turned to dust 
Then they all disappeared 
Into darkness I was feared 
Lost and searching 
Cursed and undying 
A race in need 
The vampires breed 
Let us show kindness 
Offer respectful silence 
And give each heart 
As our perfect part 

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I have always admired books about vampires and adventure I have always loved to be a poet and a writter.
My parents and family says that I have a huge imagination and which I could make up stories in a minute and sometimes jokes.
But this poem took about half an hour to make it, I wanted this tO be the best one in my profile here.
The real story is that I read a book and it had a character who got trapped between vampires without anyone at it side so I came up with the idea of making it and I did it...

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