A Toast to Us

A Toast to Us

A Poem by Laura Sparkle

From darker corners vampires come out to feed themselves,
And in the moonlit nights I spend my time alone...
The darkness calls to me and beckons me to join them
But in your presence, my thirst knows no end.
I smell you from a distance and see the consequence,
I bite my tongue from speaking and calling you to me
But darling, let me show you the power that is mine
In the forest's clearing beneath the starlit sky.
Take this knife of yours and trace along your skin
Allow me to awaken the beast sleeping within...
The lust, the trust, the fear will feed my endless thirst
And at the end, when all is said and done
My dear, lay back and learn the payment that is given
The heights you will caress... the moonlit innocence
Of bloodied consequence.
From darker corners vampires come out to feed
But you and I, my dear, are safe within this dream.

© 2011 Laura Sparkle

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Cheers to see you writing again an doing it so well, you haven't missed a beat... love is the greatest protector from harm. A very charming piece of writing.

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