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Sunset Serenade to the Midnight Requiem

Staying in the light now? Is that what it's called? Fear of the darkness? Or what in it has crawled? You lay in your bed, clutching at your cover. Do you fear to be dead, or are in the gaze of another? Do not fear what, in the darkness, may live, all they want is fun. For they never take more than they give, So there is no need to run. Only the Dark ones we are, So why fear and make fuss? You could go far, once you've joined us. We Dark ones are lovers, of an unusual sort Using our minds on others In our ways they contort. Now join me my lovely, Whilest the night is still young. and then my lovely, our Requiem will be sung.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005




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