Dara Culantro Dracula's Daughter

Poem by: Stormbird Throneshaker

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written 11/05/2011

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Submitted: July 31, 2014

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Young Dara Culantro

rode through the snow

on Valkyrie her unicorn

to the place where she was born

Wouldn't make it over the hill

Valkyrie couldn't take her

but the pure white dragon will

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Up on the dragons back

she said bye to Valkyrie

and when her fingers snapped

they flew out of the flurries

Now in a moonlight view

way above the clouds

Dara Culantro flew

in her long black shroud

over the Carpathian Mountains

to the dark castle below

where blood flows from fountains

they land in the ruby red snow

Dara knew not to tire

and when the time was right

she would take dragons fire

and end the Frankenstein monsters life

For Dara Culantro

just so happens to be

the only daughter of Dracula

whos blood is thicker

than water you see


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written 11/05/2011

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