persian khushi

Rookie - 113 Points (kashmir)

Moon Howling - Poem by persian khushi

Streets quiet
Smoking chimneys
Families prepare
For evening meals
She missed her lift
Alone, walking home
Someone following
Eerie giggles
Fear gripping
Footsteps echoing
Stopped to hear
Looking over shoulder
Only darkness behind
Full moon tonight
Imagination running wild
Stray cat meowing
Hastening steps
Must hurry
To warm safety of home
Passing dark alley
Scuffling figures
Wolf howling
Near forest edge
Tap on shoulder
Sharp intake of breath
Female screaming
Raw fear in throat
Fists clenched
All muscles stiffened
Screams were her own
Stranger standing beside her
Dark piercing eyes staring
Amused at fear on her face
Sharp features
Straight lines of his jaw
Evil in the air
Heart racing in throat
Then he smiled
Showing teeth
Run! Run!
Like statue
Limbs won't move
His long finger sensually tracing
Soft skin of neck
Dank smell of sewers
Bats in trees
Tramp peering over whisky
A scene seen before
Next victim
Still holding breath
Dizzying
Collapsed in arms
Looking up at moon
Fierce ravenous need
Mouth opened wide
To feast on soft neck
Sticky sweetness
Coursing through
Empty existence
Mumbles
Hunter's howls
Teeth dripping
With blood
Feasting complete
Body limp
Few coins thrown
Tramp to discard of corpse
Same scene played every night

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

well... what can i say? i like vampires :)

Comments about Moon Howling by persian khushi

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (9/27/2012 7:41:00 AM)

    Wolfestein write.....wolves are so..they do not know how to eat.Thats the reason coins are tossed in the collapse of fears from them--a good write (Report) Reply

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  • Freshman - 835 Points Harindhar Reddy (9/26/2012 12:56:00 AM)

    Weirdo wham! Blood ran cold, lost my thoughts as none, can understand this better than Allah, U & me. I hope everything ends well though present threatening us like 16th century Leviathan! You are best at creating tragic poems, Lo poetess, Persian Kushi, Hats off! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012



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