by Joshua Valdez
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This was written by me when I was dating an old girlfriend
In the starlight they held hands and kissed
They began to reminisce
On the past
And how long they’d last
They thought and thought of this.
She kissed him again
A once annoying friend, now turned into her lover
“Until the end”
The clock stroke ten, he quickly slid under the cover.
She giggled and laughed, and began to smile
As something hairy slid down her aisle.
She gasped in awe, as a gentle paw
Began to stroke her gently
But gentle turned into rough, and rough to tough.
And pain slid through her body,
She yelled and she dug her nails into his rock body.
He continued with the ride, as pain struck her side
And squeezed hard at her chest.
Energy shot through her body
“Oh she’s such a hotty”, he thought as he crushed upon her breast.
His snake like vine bore through her this time,as their bodies remained entwined.
It slid inside her, with red liquid beside her.
She began to scream
His eyes began to gleam.
She began to stiffen and calm.
She realized that his energy was an ecstasy balm.
Her mind began to flutter, forgetting all as she was guttered.
She felt so sleepy and little pain.
Inside of her, his blood flowed through her veins.
Her heart ceased to pump, and her eyes fixed still.
Oh to him this was such a thrill.
He continued in a normal fashion
In and out he went.
Slowly her heart began to pump, and her legs began to bend
Her eyes opened, now they were red.
She felt around “it’s grass not a bed”
He kissed her again and said “reborn is what you are”
Never bothering to take it out he said” as long as the wind blows, you’ll live form millions of years no matter were you go”
She smiled, “oh how I love this man” she thought.
And yet oh how hungry I am.
She opened her mouth and bit on his shoulder
His blood quenched her thirst.
By the time daylight came along he lay still in the dirt.
On and on this cycle goes, dieing everyday.
For this is how the undead love in our world today.