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Nightly, including my dreams

As far back, I believe

Sounds, her calling me

Sounds of seduction

Traversing me

Finally eighteen

Travel east

Following, the dream

Still plaguing me

Small seaside town est. 1635

Sleep the day away until bout five

Siren's seduction pierces Newburyport's sky

Follows, again

Drawing me closer to her cry

Midnight-ish, overgrown oak lined roads

Samhain Blue moon, erodes

Not knowing the significance

Her longing explodes

Abruptly brake, fear of hitting the gates

Rear end slightly slides to the right

Not a mistake

And I see imbedded in the stone pillar

Mouth of the devil open wide as a river

I realize, Hell's Gate

The siren calls her mate

Seductively dancing beyond the gate

Practically floating, I'm at her feet

Drop to my knees, confessed my love for thee

She kisses my neck

Bites and sucks, flashback of my death

The seduction rushes

Without regret

As I realize I'm immortalized

From everlasting death

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Submitted on July 23, 2012

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Phillip Michaelhttps://twitter.com/#!/PMReincarnatedWriter/Poet/average guy sharing raw talent however; I cover a vast range of topics from love, tributes, seduction, vampires, and gory. Inspiration is all-over. I follow no formal techniques or anything. I write the way I think. Currently live in Portland Maine · visit my blog at http://poetryreincarnated.blogspot.com/Copyright © 2011-2012 All Rights Reserved Peddling Creativity Inc.. more…

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