Vampire's Kiss


The sky was tinged with brilliant shades of orange and red.

Halloween, the priest was weary and anxious in his head.

The howling wind eerily echoed in his ear,

Speedily the priest rode on horseback to the ghosts that beckoned near.

The mansion stood forlornly in the bitter October air,

The thought of the exorcism, filled the priest with trepidation and despair.

Inside, he nervously entered the House of Death,

Pondering his fate with the demons, he took a deep breath.

Suddenly the beautiful goddess appeared adorned in white,

Auburn-haired, hazel eyed beauty illuminated by the subdued candlelight.

Seducing the priest passionately she held him in a warm embrace,

Helpless, he succumbed with desire on his face.

Her ivory sharp white teeth glistened; through his neck she took a delicious bite,

Delirious in her arms he struggled to fight.

In unity, they flew in the vibrant Halloween skies above,

A couple united in daring, demonic love.

Never before had the priest encountered such emotional bliss,

He was spellbound by a vampire temptress and her electrifying kiss.

  • Author: FineBul (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 19th, 2018 04:12
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this poem last yearwith Halloween in mind. Enjoy!
  • Category: Gothic
  • Views: 27


  • Laura🌻

    Great write! Enjoyed the read!

  • FineB

    Hello Laura.

    Thank you so much.

    I am delighted you liked it.

    Keep writing


    • Laura🌻

      You’re welcome, my friend!

    • Michael Edwards

      Nice one FB - love the idea of daring demonic love - must take the tablets 🙂

      • FineB

        Hello Michael.

        Thank you and make sure you don't forget your dose! 😃

        Glad you enjoyed the poem.

        Take care.

        Keep writing

      • Mottakeenur Rehman

        Its a well thought evoking poem!

        • FineB

          Hello Mottakeenur,

          Thank you. I am glad you liked it.

          Take care.

          Keep writing

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