Ashamed Lord Dracula

Ashamed Lord Dracula

A Poem by Vinod Kumar U K

No need to dark


Dark new moon day

Lord started to preparing

The tide gown wampire teeth

And the all costumes


Slowly entered the street

With the back ground of

Owl`s song and frezing cold

Blinking red points


The streets and the villas

the lonley driven cars

and the mountain of cemitry

Nothing to find out


Early morning wake up

With Horrible sound of fire

Streets turned blood river

Lord realy ashamed


He opened his eyes

In his nest of banned day time

All human are drinking playing

And swimming in BLOOD.

© 2011 Vinod Kumar U K

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Wow, quite the awesome read here, I really enjoyed this.

Posted 10 Years Ago

A very different way of looking and explaining what one see's with the minds eye not an easy thing for anyone to do nice work Vinod.

Posted 11 Years Ago

Eery. Great last line!

Posted 11 Years Ago

Nice haunting imagery I get whilst reading, great penning :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

we are the monsters.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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not sure if the wampire was a typo..liked the poem..but that kinda distracts the reader..

Posted 11 Years Ago

wampire, frezing cold, are these typos, or an interesting choice in linguistics? Not dissing your poem. It was very creative. :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

Dracula! haha great great write!

Posted 11 Years Ago

interesting poem.

Posted 11 Years Ago

I like :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on August 10, 2011
Last Updated on August 10, 2011


Vinod Kumar U K
Vinod Kumar U K

Doha, Doha, Qatar

I am from India I would like to share my feelings to you frankly so please convey your views and verdicts of my posts. Poets are interacting prehistoric period until now all poems wrote in their mind.. more..


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