Treasure Island

Trevor McLeod

(12/26/1982 / New Mexico)

The beast


Enter the shadows
Enter my world
Follow me quietly
But you will never surprise me
I am waiting here for you

My claws and teeth
Thirst for your blood
Let me quench my thirst
Let me drink
And be replenished

I hunger for no mortal food
Nor pleasures of the flesh
So please enter my realm
I hunger and thirst
For which nothing can satisfy
Except the flesh off your bones
And they blood in your veins

I yearn to feast
So please come to me
I will make your death swift and clean
I hunger and thirst
For no mortal food

Submitted: Saturday, December 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011
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