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I will post possibly one more chapter then I'll be deleting the journal to publish in book form. There are more undead adventures to be included in the book!

Lisette's Journal Part 19
By La Belle Rouge

In satin red he clothed pale flesh
and painted my full lips scarlet.
Into society we must now mesh;
sensual enough but not a harlot.
For wealthy men and aristocrats
would always be my meal of choice.
No more light dinners of mice or rats
but fine, bloody banquets of course.
Dark Stefanos was handsome indeed
with his cane and red lined black cape.
For him maidens’ tender hearts bleed
and their slender necks find no escape.
We appeared as if foreign royalty
dressed to kill, important places to be.

Back up stairs and through the oak door
that opened to moonlit world outside.
Wolves in the wood sang once more
and the owl a chilling welcome cried.
With his arms wrapped tight around
we rose swiftly into black velvet night.
What adventure would we find in town?
In obsure darkness I retained full sight.
Creatures of the forest visible in gloom
as they scurried about their feeding time.
Spirits of the dead floating around tomb
lost with no way out of this realm to find,
Our feet touched down on torch lit street;
crowd milling around….so much to eat!

9/28/2009 La Belle Rouge

Music "Haunted Waltz"


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Reviewed by Georg Mateos
No matter where you go, no matter where you hide...I will always find you by the femininity scent that you left in the air...

Dark Stefanos

Reviewed by John Flanagan
What an opening, LaBelle, and what a fine continuation! Every line and image shines, you have complete mastery in this genre and it's a delight to witness your skills and your ability to draw in and persuade.

Reviewed by Carole Mathys
Splendid write, La Belle...good luck on your book, looking forward to reading it.

Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Love the tale, Belle, and envy your skill with the rhyme.
Good luck with the book. -gene.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Excellent write, Belle; hate to see these go. Maybe I need to get your book; I would love to, but alas, I can't afford it. I hope you understand. Well done; brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :)
Reviewed by Michael Guy
wow what an awesome series I've missed out on... I don't know if I'll have time to get 'em all (but) I see I'm jumping into the middle.

Still, having your old book, I can reflect on how much more an accomplished poet you are compared to then. And how many "pens" away?

YES, publish this series! An accomplishment for sure...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Thank you for sharing this imaginative tale, Belle. Love and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Ah all those lovely necks to nibble and feast on / It doesn't get any better than this / The wordplay is excellent
Reviewed by Richard Arrington
I love these, keep them coming.
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