Reanna Thornton

Rookie (10/20/1982 / Michigan)

The Call - Poem by Reanna Thornton

The darkness falls
And the hungar rises.
The blood calls
And my body answers.

Why am I called
The forsaken one?
Am I the only one
Left to walk this earth?

Why must I hide among you
Hiding my blood lust
Just so I can survive.
You see me but don't know

The blood tells me
That I'm not the only one.
Where are the others hiding?

The blood rage calls
And my teeth throb
To answer the call,
Am I the only one?

To feel the blood flow
To touch a soul
Is what I crave.
Is this why I am forsaken?
To spend eternity
Answering the blood's call.

Why must I hid from everyone
And walk among them alone?
Where are the others?
I know I'm not the only one,
Where is the rest of my kind.?


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 14, 2010



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