Bloody Dawn

Bloody Dawn

A Poem by David the writer

 Land spliting in two

 "Is that you?"

 But to answer your call is a hiss

 And to follow a bite showering fangs, bloody bliss


 Night sky has never been darker

 And the moon is laughing at death

 The crowds run, their chances are starker

 Blood shed on the final breath


 Fangs from the shadows, death from the unseen

 You're left rotting in the ground with a neck so unclean

 Taking the earth, with demonic looks in their eyes

 If they die, than shall the lies


 Satan's the church's best freind

 But can the unseen be the foe

 To those who see blind

 And shall the unseen creat a new flow


 Mass interuptted by glass shattering

 And the crowd is scattering

 Shall their deity save them, or shall their blood stain the fangs

 Now their hope in the distance hangs


 Now blood stains more than the fangs

 But also on the carpet which liers walk upon

 And for others hope never hangs, it's their ignorance that hangs

 Like a rope choking the criminal, seeing bloody dawn



© 2012 David the writer

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Darkly beautiful.
A real vampire poem, I love it.
Especially the third stanza.
Great write. :)

Posted 9 Years Ago

David the writer

9 Years Ago

;) A true was born a true
Ana Drake

9 Years Ago

Lol, whatever ;P
David the writer

9 Years Ago

:p muhahahahahaaaa >XD
You spellied liar wrong in the last stanza, otherwise its good. My favorote stanza was the first

Posted 9 Years Ago

David the writer

9 Years Ago


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