Breanna Elwin

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Vampire Lover


Vampire Lover
Vampire Lover
By, Demon

My wings are broken,
And have fallen down to my grave,
Where I lay in an undead state,
I have fallen down from heaven to land on my unforgivable sin,
In a pool of blood I lay unmoved and untouched by a man's hand,
My claws have clawed my way up to the surface,
In the night I find myself in the arms of a vampire,
I walk the night with him,
The sun it burns my skin,
I will live for him forever.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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