Vampire Ball

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poem about a vampire ball

Submitted: February 10, 2008

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Submitted: February 10, 2008

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‘Let us bite you
One last time
Angel, cherish
The darkest sign’
 
 
One last feast, up there the moon shall hang
Before daybreak, the beast and the fang
Counting the seeds, thousands of the undead
Have… gone… mad…
Not to wake, not to love, to get rid of them
The grass will never turn to green again
 
Buried forever between hell 
…and heaven
 
Dig them up for another chance
Let them out for one last dance
 
Life can be cruel without the night
Glamorous, sublime guiding light
Look is for the blind, you need your life to die
See for the first time, with a vampire’s eye
 
So we arrive
No reason to be ashamed. Enriched, dazzled by what you gained
 
Your senses blur, reason growing less
We love you, Young Blood, love you, Young Flesh.
‘Set me free to save my soul’
Stalk around, Prince of the Ghoul
‘Play, oh, play, bring me to life’
‘The violin’s cry is like a knife’
‘Cut me, stab me, take me away’
‘Immortal to us, monster to the waking day’
 
Dig them up for another chance
Let them out for one last dance
 
Well, join the dance, the uncanny trance
You lose balance and see
Finally the key is brought by Cyphealin
Vampire heart, hear it, beating deep within
 
No mortal shall bear the chains of being
Immortal hands come pulling, tearing
 
‘Tis the ball, the Vampire Ball
Most gracious fall of all
Shall I bite thee, you shall bite back
Leave the hall
Forever Undead


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