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Lady of the Night
by Annabel Sheila
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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And of course with Halloween just around the corner....thoughts turn to things frightening.......giggle


She hides a cache of faces
No two of them the same,
Reinventing her personas
To play her deadly game!
Her vacant eyes are windows
To a soul devoid of light!
She lives among the shadows
On the darkest moonless nights!
Men are easy prey for her,
They can’t resist her guile!
Drawn to her like moths to light,
The ecstasy in her smile!
With promises she leads them
To her lavish gilded lair
Their wildest sexual fantasies
For sure await them there!
Red curtains at the windows
Satin sheets on the bed
Visions of her naked body
Dancing in their heads!
But her first kiss is their last one!
For with the strength of ten good men
Her lethal fangs find their mark
And it’s ecstasy once again!
Discarding them like rubbish
Her search begins anew.
Frenzied bloodlust driving her
To do what she must do!
And deep in darkened alleyways
Where only fools would be
Flesh and bones return to dust
No one will ever see!

© Annabel Sheila

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Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 9/26/2011
Few things are more frightening than a 'black widow,' right?

You have done too good a job of making chills run up & down our spines as the harlot stalks us in needle-toed stilettos....eeeeyiiiiikes!!

If that's a Halloween costume, lady, take it off!! Better be decent

[Way early, I know, but Happy Halloween!]

Fraidee Kat
Reviewed by Richard King 9/26/2011
Think I might have known her sister....

Anna, I've been a fan for some time and you continue to impress. You've posted so many good one's that it's difficult to say this is one of your best, but it's definitely in the mix.

Fantastic! Thanks Dick
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 9/26/2011
The vampire has struck again, I feel like I have been bitten this morning. An entertaining writing, Annabel.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/26/2011
Yikes - like a fool, I've been hanging out in some deep, dark alleyways lately - I better start carrying garlic and holy water!!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/25/2011
Chilling sexuality unleashed in the darkest recesses of the night. Wow. I love it.
Reviewed by Linda Hill 9/25/2011
A haunting and riveting poem, Annabel..enjoyed!

Many blessings,
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 9/25/2011
Truly lyrical and wonderfully haunting whimsy, Anna!
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 9/25/2011
"And deep in darkened alleyways
Where only fools would be
Flesh and bones return to dust"
Such a lady and there would probably be a line in that alley of willing victims.
Nicely done!
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 9/25/2011
Anna, this is so unlike you. Where did this come from? I don't know if I should laugh or shudder. Very well done my far northern friend.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 9/25/2011
Anna, your story comes to life....or is that death..yikes!
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 9/25/2011
Wow Annabel, this is G R E A T from beginning to the end.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Laura Fall 9/25/2011
An absolutely terrific tale with Halloween soon near well done poetry indeed Laura
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 9/25/2011
You've heard about my first wife, then, haven't ya, Anna.

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