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A Poem by MagicMJ



Author: MagicMJ
Created: October 22, 2010 at 10:07 am
Upload Type: Poem, M (16+)  
Category: Romance | Fantasy | General/Other
Upload Stats: 4.66 Stars by 3 users with 3 comments and 171 views

Bloody LOVE  

He took his first bite
His fangs on her tender skin
A different pleasure is building in
Beyond satisfaction, beyond bliss

She let him bit her supple neck
Allowed him to satiate his thirst
From her fountain of sweet blood
Overwhelming feeling run through her

Under the light of the moon, a love began
An immortal passion against time
Their bodies entwined in each others arms
As they savor the sweetness of each bite

Together they will forever share
A bloody love only destined for them...







© MagicMJ - all rights reserved

Author Notes


This is for my lovable vamp...


 
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Comments & Reviews



Caroline
November 09, 2010
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nice
Nice work! full of passion!



(Author)
thanks a lot

 MagicMJ replied on November 09, 2010




gomsi
October 27, 2010
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Well written
Nice thoughts for this poem. Enjoyed reading it.
Good job. Keep writing.



(Author)
Thanks a lot

 MagicMJ replied on October 28, 2010




hiddenshadows
October 22, 2010
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WOW...What else can I say??



(Author)
hey... thanks a lot

 MagicMJ replied on October 22, 2010






      

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