Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Undead Embrace - a vampire horror poem by Neil Benson

A dark poem from a mortal to a vampire lover.

Whenever I run,
wherever I hide,
your dark presence finds me.
It fills me with fear.
It fills me with joy.
I try to resist you,
but my will always fails me.
I am drawn back to you,
across distance and time.
Memories of pleasures,
no mortal could imagine.
Feelings of pain,
no mortal could endure.
My resistance is fading,
closer I come.
Your dark Castle in front of me,
where you've lived for all time.
I go to your chamber
to submit to your will.
Your perfect face before me,
a goddess of death.
Your pale white lips
and dark blue eyes
draw me to your netherworld.
Your mind caresses my cheek
and strokes my body
until I am aflame.
Closer you come,
and I show you my neck.
Ecstasy overwhelms me,
with the sharpest of pain.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The True Story of A Vampire by Count Stenbock Eric - free vampire short story

The True Story of A Vampire by Count Stenbock Eric shows that vampires are not always what they appear to be, nor are their appearances uniformly the same. However, they inevitably inflict destruction on the people and families that encounter them. This is one man's tale of how a vampire entity enters his, and his family's life to their utter dismay.