Cory Tilbrook

(Milford, Ohio)

A Void Of Darkness - Poem by Cory Tilbrook

I took great bliss
From that immense kiss
The touch of immortal flesh
It soothes you with a merciful caress
All fear drains from your every pore
Your soul frees into a soar
Then from that beauty an evil appears
An evil greater than all your fears
In just one thrust your hunger ends
And a void of darkness begins
As a dark angel you arise
Weeping at the night with your vampire eyes
With a piercing tooth and a silkened lip
Into a mortal’s neck you have bit
A collector of lives you have become
Who endures the night and dies by the sun
In this death you have found peace
Forever you shall have it, for your life signs will never cease
So as the sleeper of pain you sit on your throne
Where body and soul are never alone

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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