Sesamarna Syfyre


Thirsty Forever - Poem by Sesamarna Syfyre

You hunt in the night
You hide in the day
As if the sun were a
Poison venom

Your hands are stained
With someones blood
You've killed again like
You have countless times
Before

Now you hunt a rare stone
Of ruby red so you can
Satisfy your blood lust
Thirst

Yet everytime you get near
It escapes your pale hands
To disappear into the night

Your star lit eyes and
Your moon glow body let
You fly above the earth

You hunt this ruby for
everlasting nights, but to
No avail...

You go thirsty ever wishing
You could die


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, January 7, 2011


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