Anatomy of a Vampire

No one knows from whence they came

Or how they came to be

Only that they appeared and that they exist

Not to confined to the pages of Rice

Their soles stride the same soil as we

Listen well now, the tale becomes tricky

Their flesh is not pale but just as vivid as you and me

They walk with the sun and feed from its fire

They bleed, they can die, but age slowly

Most importantly, they don’t drink blood

It’s the life force of the soul they seek

And if you are bitten you die


I’ve seen it once, what happens to a man

Lost is his mass and muscle

Memory being the final tide that fades

Until slowly, surely,

You’ve become like them


Am i wrong?...Am i?..And the church said

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