Treasure Island

Ken Duffy


Night Walker


Shadows stalk the late of night
Seeking necks to give their bite
Charming faces with piercing eyes
Whisper to you, seductive lies

Fangs engage drawing blood
Dog howls, in the neighborhood
Cursed to darkness for eternity
A night walker, it will always be

To kill a walker, if you could
Pierce it's heart with stake of wood
Remove the head with axe or knife
This ancient ritual, will end its life

Submitted: Sunday, August 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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