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Vampire Bat Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
the black fuchsia Susan Baquie Free verse Free verse vampire bat, animal, death,
PLASMANA, THE VAMPIRETTE Sonia Walker Prose Poetry Prose Poetry vampire bat, gothic,
The Lump Scott Williams Rhyme Rhyme vampire bat, cancer, sad, wife,
Nat The Vampire Bat Genevieve Mika-Stevens Rhyme Rhyme vampire bat, animal, kids, halloween, ,
Premium Member Poem THE VAMPERIC PRAYER-DRACULA'S OATH cherl dunn Free verse Free verse vampire bat, dark, evil, gothic, halloween,
Premium Member Poem Enjoyable Brian Johnston Rhyme Rhyme vampire bat, appreciation,
The Evening Moonlight Gregory Golden Free verse Free verse vampire bat, imagination
Vampire Bats/ Vampierfledermäuse/ Vampiro Murciélagos Gert W. Knop Tanka Tanka vampire bat, deathchildren,
Premium Member Poem My Zoo From A to Z Andrea Dietrich Abecedarian Abecedarian vampire bat,
A Little About Me Jared Pickett I do not know? I do not know? vampire bat, funnyfood,
Blood On His Fangs Gregory Golden Free verse Free verse vampire bat, imagination

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THE VAMPERIC PRAYER-DRACULA'S OATH

In the name of blood, for it is the source of life itself,
Plasma's crimson essence of liquid infusion, to the undead's
Pulsating heart.
Intravenously feeding cravings passion, through the carotid
Artery at the throat of humanity, thou'st not love, suffer
The pleasure indulge the pain, the out come shall be the same,
To be embraced by the black ebony arch angel of death,
Release thy darker side, let the instinctual behavior of the beast,
Know freedoms unshackling at last.
Become one of his sacred disciples, a creature of his dark dimension,
A kindred being, unto the legion of the night.
In the moon's elliptical light, shadows thus move from 
Left to right, shifting as transparent figures, phantoms of
Illusions, taking winged flight, soaring on the currents
Of air mingling with their ancestral brethren, the vampire bat.
Run does not the lone wolf, along the side path next to man,
As we do so walk amongst them, yet never attempting to belong.
Oh are we not the a shunned, the accursed, by a God known
For his forgiveness, to love all living things under
Heaven, but for us this mightiest of lords, turns
His gaze away, not acknowledging our existence.
Our we not his lost sheep, missing from his flock, why
Does not this Sheppard seek this black lamb’s wool,
Is it too coarse for weaving's wheel, as it spins thus
And is it not said that he created all life within his image.
Nay I pray this vamperic prayer, why has he abandon
Us, the darker of his creations.
Behold the unascended, begging to enter beyond the gates
Of light, children of the lost are we, seeking a father blind
To his responsibility.
Harvesting, by the basic instincts given unto us,
Taking only what we need to survive, for this he has turned
Against us, and thus taking the light of day with him.
So my father of damnation's hell, has offered salvation's
Darker domain as a sheltering harbor of comfort, I will not
Abstain his patronage.
For I am the ashunned, living by the moonlight's haunting glow,
Yet yearning to see one last horizons sunset, but the Holy Father,
Hears not my humble vamperic prayer.

BY: CHERYL ANNA DUNN

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