Family Fiend

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A Family haunted by a fiend

Submitted: November 17, 2008

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Family Fiend
By Aaron Hanlon
 
I knew her mother well
Long before her time
Skin like milk, rose petal lips
I longed to make her mine.
 
Her inner thighs were soft and smooth
Her breasts so full and lush
I controlled her mind, her body too
Her will was mine to crush.
 
For centuries now I’ve stalked them here
In this house they call their home
And one by one I watched them kneel
Before my phallic thrown.
 
They have abandoned father, brother, lover
To lie here by my side
To free my flowing nectar
To ride upon my tide.
 
To them I am the master
The one they must obey
Their children, son’s and daughters
To me they will betray.
 
How strange it is to see them laugh
As I destroy them nigh by night
I tear their flesh, I drink their blood
I squeeze their bodies tight.
 
 
And in the end when I’ve had my fill
And taken all that they could give
I enjoy myself as I deal out pain
For I cannot let them live
 
And now she stands before me,
One breast exposed so fine
A sweet blood feast to quench my teeth
From the next one in the line.


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