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The Remnants of Terror


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if only i could be sure i was asleep and not awake
but i cant be sure it seemed so real i can still feel him
feeling him within my body taking me with such passion
then to feel his fangs deep within my veins my submission
swirling inside my blood are the remnants of terror

my blood suddenly running hot with desires wanting him again
fighting these feelings there is only failure i again need him so
what was his hold on me why the fear of him yet wanting him so
who is this being who only comes to me in the darkness of night

i should know him recognize him for who he is what he does to me
yet each morning as the sun begins to rise he leaves me desiring him
dragging through the day in a daze waiting for the night once more
dreaming of him yet feeling so much terror of the night as he arrives
swirling inside my blood are the remnants of terror

once more i feel him by my side taking me again helplessly i give in
he turns my head kissing my neck till i feel his fangs digging in deep
again the hot desires arise as he drains my blood from my body
i feel myself sinking into a deep dark abyss to be no more the sun rises
swirling inside my blood are the remnants of terror

i slowly awake laying there the memories as vivid as they could be
was this a real event or was it only a nightmare i had these two nights
if it was only a dream then it could not have happened yet if it did...what
slowly i crept to the mirror afraid to look two puncture marks met my gaze
swirling inside my blood are the remnants of terror





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