February 24, 2018
By Katelyn Murtha SILVER, Vernon, Connecticut
Katelyn Murtha SILVER, Vernon, Connecticut
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Our relationship drained dry
Dry- as soon as you knew I was full of blood
Your pleasure
It started off full of happiness
There were no desires
Desires to touch
Or wander up my thighs
You, a gentleman
Your words soft
Your touch gentle like a lamb
You changed once you got a whiff
Actions turned ravenous
Hunger inevitable
Your desire for me
The only thing you cared for
Each tender kiss
A bite into my flesh
Blood spilling
Leaving me vulnerable
When you touched me
You clawed at me
Like an animal
Searching for meat and blood
You took whatever flesh you could get off of me
Devoured me to the core
Nothing left
No life at all

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