Silver Kiss

December 20, 2010
By GodsGirl36 PLATINUM, Topeka, Kansas
GodsGirl36 PLATINUM, Topeka, Kansas
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Favorite Quote:
Seeing isn't believing. Believing is seeing.


His pale-blond hair


Shone (glimmer glimmer) in the moonlight




That fell from the sky.

Her bright-blue eyes


Gazed (sparkle sparkle) into his black;




She was mesmerized.

His smooth-skinned hand


Gripped (closer closer) hers tightly




As there they stood.

Her sun-kissed arms


Ached (holdhim holdhim) to pull him close;




It’d be better than good.

His bright-white fangs


Gleamed (shining shining) as he smiled




While granting her wish.

Her only-human heart


Stopped (thumpthump thumpthump) beating forever




When he gave her the silver kiss.


The author's comments:
This was supposed to be a scary Halloween poem. It ended up being scary yet romantic Halloween-ish poem with a bit of e.e. cummings style twist.

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