maria goodison

(06,10,1983 / perth scotland)

Vampires Queen


Come sit with me and hear
the story of the vampires queen.
With just one look from her eyes
it made you bear your soul.
She stole the boys late at night
with just one smile.

Come sit with me and i'll tell the story
of the vampires queen.
So deadly was she that prayers were made
to gods we did not know.
Her eyes were crystal green
her skin so white that nothing could compare.
Her lips were red and she'd nibble the bottom
which turned the men to jelly.
She stole the boys late at night
and with willing minds
she turned them to be her slaves.

So if you hear a bang late at night
or a faint voice calling your name
stay fast asleep i beg.
For the trap the vampires queen sets
is one you will not survive.

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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  • Kalpak Kaplash (8/29/2013 3:35:00 AM)

    Wow...simply loved this one.
    So if you hear a bang late at night
    or a faint voice calling your name
    Stay fast asleep i beg.
    .........Good write (Report) Reply

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