Kathryn Garner

Rookie (May 10,1991)


take this venom to my chest
caressing my vein with this pain
take this demon dream, all thats left

i know i wont be the same
thats what im asking for
searching in your sheiled eyes

looking for that one door
that makes me watch the pages die
sweeping me up in the wind, the time

knowing the bleak sight to my soul
and to this hole, that vampire dines
on all the truthes i've ever told

told to myself, to love
i knew all this was for nothing
and with no blood, my breathing is done

but that doesnt make me quit loving
so sweet, so luring, so cold
his deadly craving breath

he knows all to myself ive told
as i lead him to my neck

Submitted: Wednesday, March 07, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 28, 2011

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  • Veteran Poet - 1,195 Points Jerry Hughes (3/15/2007 12:04:00 AM)

    ...if you hear any flap, flap flapping outside your bedroom window tonight Kathryhn, it'll be me, old Alucard himself, so let me in won't you? (Report) Reply

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