Count Dracula


Know the truth at last.... Poem by Count Dracula


With the jagged edge of the cruelest of swords you cut deep into my soul
My eyes are dull, void of life and meaning
My smile I wear no more.

When we first met all those years ago my mind was filled with dreams
the heart so innocent, tender and trusting
Your smile held our future within.

Now a decade has passed and you made a point clearly for me to see
that you are no more than a leech sucking
All the life that’s left in me.

This nightmare never ends,
Your ghost still lingers here,
You drop into my life,
And take away my smile.

I hope and pray to God,
That in Hell you’ll soon be found,
So that the remainder or life,
Has some hope for peace of mind................

Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 13, 2013
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