Ode to Dracula

Poem by: Hulk304

Summary

This my take on an age old horror Icon... Dracula, as his thirst overwhelms his senses

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Submitted: December 31, 2012

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Submitted: December 31, 2012

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Searching, longing, wanting and patiently I have waited... 

God why did you forsaken me? 

Broken promises... Broken dreams... 

Pale and cold to the touch 

No more heart beat... No more shall I sleep 

 

The darkness that I have become... 

Lurking in shadows dark and damp 

I fight this hunger as long as I dare 

Holding her in the moonlight...quite beautiful she is under my trance 

 

Emotions swirling, thoughts in my head begin to dance 

A mother, A wife, A sister she could be 

Pulsing, Pounding... how rythmic the sound 

Deep and penetrating I taste of her essence 

 

Through her sacrafice I live on 

God why did you forsaken me? 

This monster I have become 

I welcome death but fear it may never come 

 


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Ode to Dracula

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This my take on an age old horror Icon... Dracula, as his thirst overwhelms his senses

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