josephine lee

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Night Of The Rising Moon


On a night like this with the moon rising,
This is where you will see the witches three.
A big cauldron in the forest ground.
One will stir & one will see,
What lies in the future for you & me.
The other will will speak the word,
And seal the fate of you & me.

A fate of lonely & endless nights for you & me,
Cause VAMPIRE is who we be.
Creature of blood & nights are we.
Never to see the rising sun.

To change your fate,
you must seek far & wide,
for one true love.
Who will make your heart beat once again.
She who will roam the nights with thee,
And your forever bride she be.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Edited: Sunday, September 27, 2009

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