tabitha driskell

Rookie - 0 Points (September,24,1993 / Albany, Georgia)

Energy Vampire


Energy Vampires are Empaths
Evil Empaths that take Energy.
They take energy from humans,
animals and even plants. The
Worst of them are the ones that
murder people by making them so
upset or nonchalant that they commit
suicide. Ex: Guy gets so angry he
murders his family and himself. This
Is an example of what Energy Vampires
do. Don't get mixed up between
Empaths, Energy Vampires, and Regular
Vampires. If you were to ever
run into an Energy Vampire it will
Be too late for you. The will feel
you and start to drain you like a
sponge soaking wet. Maybe that sounded
a little harsh. But they started it.
Just pray really hard you may
Survive, hide your emotions and
hold your breath.

Submitted: Saturday, June 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013
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This poem is like Empathlover and To be an empath... This one however tells you ways to protect yourself from them. I doubt anybody would have this problem...just in case though.: D

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