E.M McCarry


Supernatural Poem by E.M McCarry


Many came there that night,
upon loners way
of creatures-
of night and day
mostly all afraid
The humans came
Torches, Stakes
And we, unknowing
I turned away,
as a fight broke out
vampire upon werewolf
I could not stop it.
As we stood
our heads to the sky
The ghosts swooping down,
the moon high in the sky,
We didn't see the smoke
that dark gray smoke
Come to kill us

They came in hoards,
blood pouring
human and supernatural
Supernatural
We are natural
they are the ones
unnatural

Night broke to dawn
only few alive
Neither victors
I a survivor
Though I wish I were dead

The supernatural
The humans
One night of violence
of misunderstanding

Submitted: Wednesday, March 21, 2012
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