You’ve looked into my eyes,
Though you said you wouldn’t have
You’ve  been feeling drawn to me,
Though you know you shouldn’t have.
You’ve heard of the Thirst of Vampire,
You know you should be scared,
Though talk of your desire.
You kneel here in front of me,
Bringing me a sacrifice plentiful,
You know I will bite,
And your blood will keep me beautiful…

About Patricia Anabel

I was born in Slovakia at the foot of Carpathian mountains, and so the vampire tradition is in my blood. When I was a little girl, my great-grandmother would read to me dark and twisted folk-tales before bed, and they have left an imprint in my mind. I would often imagine myself in a middle of the story, and I tried to think of other possible outcomes. Those old folk-tales, full of twists and grim events, provide an inspiration to this day.

Posted on March 22, 2013, in Poems. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

William Cook - writer

Dark Literary Fiction

Sotet Angyal

...a few words from the Dark Angel

For Horror Addicts, By Horror Addicts.

the bizarre kaleidoscope

...observing the beautifully bizarre

SalGad Publishing Group

Helping Writers Make A Living

Days with the Undead

Zombies... with some of the Apocalypse thrown in for good measure!

Joseph A. Pinto

barflypoet & author of dark fiction

The Sirens Song

Sirens Call Publications: A Horror & Dark Fiction Publisher

Kate Seren Monroe

Musings from the mind of a rambling, redheaded authoress

The FlipSide of Julianne

... supporting the Indie Community, one post at a time!

Spreading the Writer's Word butta' on your toast!

James Ward Kirk Fiction

For Horror Writers Especially


Vampire Poet, Dark Scribbler

dust and shadow

Vampire Poet, Dark Scribbler

Dark Emporium Gothic Blog

Vampire Poet, Dark Scribbler

James Ward Kirk Fiction

Vampire Poet, Dark Scribbler

%d bloggers like this: