Anthony Levitt

Rookie - 21 Points (21.04.1983 / Bromley)

We Come (Life As A Vampire)

From the castle up high with the river nearby and the forest that loomed over the road, we wait for the hour that the sun gets devoured and wait until the moon fills our souls...
Together we will ride on the moonlit sky searching the horizon below...
wait for the command... steady.... and off we go! ! !

We come! !
We come! !

Like a storm in the night one you cannot fight we strike our aim quick and true...
There's no use in running 8 hours till the sun comes back in, time for me to feast on you! !
Once your blood is mine ill make it into wine and you'll fill my cup!
You cannot escape, don't look for faith becuase your time is up...

We come! !
We come! !

The time is at hand, we must leave these lands and head directly for home,
with our teeth all bloody and our clothing somewhat muddy (ok i tend to moan) ...
but with at last the castle within our sights and the sky turning bright i know we made it clear... back to our beds our appetites been fed and the world full of fear...
one final look before the day and all i have to say....

We come! !
tommorrow once again...
We come! !
hunger will strike again!
We come! !

We come! !

Submitted: Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Edited: Friday, July 09, 2010


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