Laura arwen


Vampires


The vampires are
humble allies
The vampires are
been nourished by
the suffering
Every vampire is
possessed from night,
anger and black
magic
The legends consider
the vampires dangerous
spirits that them
don't want the
totally death
The vampires deceive
of their real
existence
The vampires are
insignificant ghosts
The vampires can
hypnotize and condition
the people
The vampires are
creatures that need
safety and comprehension
The vampires help
the death in
its work
The vampires are
clever builders of
anxiety, fear, panic
and psychological instability
We don't need
to provoke and
don't challenge the
vampires because they
make an infernal
massacre
The vampires are
shadows of the
darkness
The vampires don't
know the terrible
Evil because they
feel grief and
melancholy
The vampires can
act us as
guide
The vampires live
like legend cause
they exist by
eras
The vampires are
the best creatures
of the dark
magic cause the
have got a
wicked mind
The vampires don't
go in decadence
cause they are
sacred monster

Submitted: Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 05, 2012

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