Crimson Kiss

Crimson Kiss

A Poem by Tina Kline
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An encounter with a vampire in the university library.

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His usual haunt

The University library

Study hard is his motto

In the back of the library

Out of the way of other students

One warm fall afternoon

He noticed an unusual old book

Dusty, worn, obviously from a by gone era

Leaving his seat he pulled the book out

Blowing off a layer of dust

He saw the radiant eyes

Staring from the other side of the shelf

Startled he said, “Jeez! You shocked me!”

She smiled and came around to his side

“Sorry! I didn’t mean to.” Her voice like music

He was instantly captivated

He was instantly charmed

“I hope we can be friends.” She said

“Of course.” How lucky I am he thought

“Join me?” He invited

She pulled up a chair to his study desk

She was a university student too

As they talked he felt how cold she was

But he couldn’t stop his burning desire

When she leaned in close he was hopeful

He wanted her kiss

And when her kiss came it was devastating

He surrendered to her with a soft moan

She kissed his lips, his cheek

Her lips trailed down to his neck

He moaned again, pulling her closer

She sucked at the pulse in his throat

He shivered, “Yes.” He gasped

“Okay.” She replied, her voice breathy

She sank her fangs in deep

Giving him her crimson kiss

He was helpless, overwhelmed with pleasure

She drained him of blood as much as she dared

He was in physical paradise

She drank her fill and then she left him

He was dazed and not aware of anything

Her smile of satisfaction was shiny and red

He woke up later, exhausted with no memory

He just couldn’t quite recall what had happened

He put the dusty book back on the shelf

And never sat at the back of the library again

© 2011 Tina Kline


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She must have had a little sympathy for him, a little feeling in that old cold heart, as she could have easily left him for dead. A great write with a good story. Excellently written.

And my friend, I assure you, even with pepper spray, it always goes the way he plans. *winks*

Regards,

Matthew

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Rather chilling but cool vampire poem. Your pen on this one is great.

Posted 9 Years Ago


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ooooo juicy. sounded like my ex. lol I wont be visiting the library any time soon thank you.

Posted 10 Years Ago


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Now, that was some dramatic and pleasurable encounter in the university library, too bad he couldn't remember it.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Love the dark tale in this, don't think I'd want to sit in the back of the library again, yet maybe I would! Awesome!

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

She must have had a little sympathy for him, a little feeling in that old cold heart, as she could have easily left him for dead. A great write with a good story. Excellently written.

And my friend, I assure you, even with pepper spray, it always goes the way he plans. *winks*

Regards,

Matthew

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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