Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

She Turned Me - Poem by Vision Ghost

Tasting her crimson lips of mine blood, she stole and changed me within
Waking in her arms a new dawn, while scenting the new air and jasmine
Falling from me now, were the memories of a lesser life before this
Opening my eyes to a version of oneself, approaching an ethereal bliss

The leaves dropping dew and raindrops of last nights, precipitation
For me she has wounded me and healed me, birthed a new creation
Feeling strength within my bones and my flesh, is alive upon itself again
No more a world to be looking upon myself in arrogance and distain

So alive now doth witness a new climax inside this covering shell
Threaded and perfect, tightening my bloods dance of this human cell
Heart so vibrantly tuned and pounding the adrenaline now so exhaustless
Sudden fear of this light she has coveted my germinating body yet seedless

Beneath her now and she senses my conversion, from the life I once was
So much darkness clouds my mind, parts way, to so much clarity and cause
A new appetite sought of blood is drumming inside my conscious experience
Power, my lady so much power now, what is this shedding of penitence

Was this recreation to a better form due for love of kindred heart?
So we may join in desire, protection, eternal bonding, never more apart
Separated by day break imminence or night time shroud shall never be
Clasping my hand to my feet, she pulls upon my new standing, we are free

Flight from this paradise and continuation of love as I have survived my turning
A world to be explored and a discovery, of every moment sought through yearning
Raise her to this degree of a new found joyous worship, finding I am man again
But a distance is witnessed, of the man I used to be, human weak and vein
Imagery of her face, shall be my destiny unto eternity, even death can’t refrain

Comments about She Turned Me by Vision Ghost

  • (7/30/2006 2:09:00 PM)

    Very nice dark piece. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010

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