Amanda Swain


Vampiric Desire - Poem by Amanda Swain

Hear it pulse, can’t help but move
Toward it’s sound, soft as the moon
Away from you, your hurt and pain
I wish I could take it all away
But to condemn a soul so pure and fine
For these desires such as mine
Tis something I can’t bear to do
I cant bear to ruin you
Like a prayer, a dream of a dream
You begged me once on bended knee
You wanted the gift I call a curse
You wanted to share the pain that hurts
It was something I could never do
I could never take your life from you
To see in you the fire, dark and bright
Would be too much a heart wrenching sight
So here I go, I’m on my way
Maybe we’ll meet again someday
Maybe we’ll see each other and be
What we once were, in our memory
But, until then farewell, my sweet little love
Until then, stay pure, my sweet little dove
These things I feel so deep and dire
These things I do, my vampiric desire


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 7, 2006



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