Brian McGiLL


The Night Belongs To A Vamp!


Normal people sleep at night and rise in the morning to start their day but the Vamps like me love the night and roam during the night to find things to do and once the sun rises we go inside and sleep preferably all day long. That is how we are, we also look for our victims to bite at night and when we feed we feed for awhile. So normal people make sure you don't come out at night for there might be a vamp that is watching you and waiting for the right chance to get to you and then they will make you a vamp whether you want them to or not. So beware because we are out there. Also where are vamps that are like me that can come out during the day and they are very few of us but we do exist in the world. Those that are like us you really have to watch out for because we are the most dangerous. But just remember that the night belongs to a VAMP!

Submitted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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