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Breanna Elwin

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Blood of an Innoccent Little Vampire, Maria


Maria,
Maria come to me,
Mom will sing a song to you that she once knew,
Far,
Far that angel did cross and he gave me my dear Maria,
Oh my Maria that I love so,
My little angel,
My angel of white and black,
My dear angel that I named my Maria,
My little angel covered in blood,
Oh my Maria what have you done,
Blood covering your whole body,
So many dead bodies on the floor,
So much blood every where on you and me,
The bite marks on our bodies,
Where did they come from my dear Maria,
The blood dripping from our mouths,
Oh my Maria what have we done,
The blood tastes so good to us,
The angel that gave me my Maria,
Wasn't an angel he was a vampire,
A white haired demon with blood red eyes,
Our fangs paired with our angelic vampire.

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

Topic(s): fantasy


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