Annie Karma

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A Vampire's Plea(2) . - Poem by Annie Karma

Her heart warmer than her sun, compared to the cold of death that is mine.Her love providing the only warmth and desire for me to linger in a world that wants me not.I know not why she loves me so.I know not why am rewarded, it seems, for my sins.for i have past, on tha verge of craving broke the 5th holy law.Have when death crept, partake the drinking of man.Have, by default, sealed a deal with the devil himself.Immortality for my soul.Damn me once more, if u must, for once more i must take the bite.Though i fear for her soul, she won't have it any other way.Would rather be the one to bite than lose her to an adversary with this same fangs.Since its written hell i must abode, i confess, it won't be the same without her.Forgive me this sin i cannot regret. To have her by my side for etenity.To have wolves warn us off, have holy shrines cast us out, have her sun damn her to dark. And by my side. Forgive me for i must write her name in the book of death and create space for her soul beside mine in hades.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 5, 2010

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