Treasure Island

Justin Gildow

(3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Inside Dracula's Castle

Inside Dracula's Castle
I'm ready to explore the corridors
and halls

Inside Dracula's Castle
Floating giant skulls keep watch over
Including me

Walking past them
I can tell they're ready to give chase
Turning around, they freeze
Attacking and destroying them, they're
no more

Continuing on
Through the library
I didn't know Dracula loved to read so much
The books, which are many, are all shelved

Inside Dracula's Castle
I can tell there are many windows
Looking out of a few of them
I can tell things are going bump in the night
In the graveyard

Passing through the dining room
In Dracula's Castle
I can tell a meal was prepared for the master
vampire not that long ago
As the remains of a meal are still here
He's in the castle somewhere

Inside Dracula's Castle
I've seen it all
Well the heart of it, anyway
I must continue on
Into the night
While I'm inside
Inside Dracula's Castle

Submitted: Sunday, May 15, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011
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