The Song of the Night

August 30, 2013
By NightStalker PLATINUM, San Diego, California
NightStalker PLATINUM, San Diego, California
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Favorite Quote:
"I reject your reality and substitute my own!"
-Adam Savage

With jagged claws and demon’s wings,
Justice falls, be it on thieves or kings
Stone by day and flight by night,
May the wicked die in fright

With skin of fur and mask of man,
They’ve had no place since time began
With moon in its glory full,
Beware night, lest your blood pool

In cave and tomb, a monster sleeps
And in the town families weep
With fangs long and dripped in blood
They mark their path with death’s flood

And yet these three have a common enemy
The ignorance of man has no loyalty
Only by faith and trust will these races
Be able to put each other through their paces

The author's comments:
I recently re-discovered the 1990's series "Gargoyles" and became fascinated by it. Gargoyles, werewolves, vampires, and men have links in mythology and I thought "Why not?"

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