Forbidden Love - Poem by Jessie Jett
Vampire please bite my skin.
Embrace me with your teeth.
Take my smell, breath me in.
A dying please, a pleasure to die for.
Untamed arms, wide eyes; locks me in at the core.
Breathe me in, taste my skin.
Take me where I've never been.
Of the unknown, you take me soon.
A shine cast down, a shimmer from the moon.
Oh werewolf, you are far from home.
The strenghtness you bare, you are not alone.
Though werewolf you haunt me.
Reserved snarls from your teeth are taunting.
Take my smell, taste my skin.
These unknown gazes locking me in.
My hot breathing will not subside.
You looks are piercing, you chest beholds pride.
I behold no fear, though non cavalier; willingly I abide.
A dying pleasure, a please to die for.
Considering I long for a desire and a dangerous amour.
Grasp me, bite me, bite my tounge.
A forbidden love.
An amiss dying pleasure for more.
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