A Dance After Dark

It is the cruelty of fateThat keeps us separatedAnd apart.Missing the feel of yourSkin on mine.The touch of yourFingertips across my cheekAnd the taste of your lipsAgainst my own. It is but the cruelest ofAll heartachesTo be without you.To pine for your smileAnd the wickednessOf your voice. I have but simpleMemoriesTo tide me overUntil weContinue reading “A Dance After Dark”

Gods and Monsters

A divine interventionA meeting of two lost souls.Hopeless romantics,Tragic and doomed.What is this?Who are we? You are the antidote to the toxin flowing through my veins,Saving me, like you always do.The uncontrollable fire that melted thisFrozen heart,The one that keeps me warm on myColdest nights.A howling wolf to my pale moonlight,Lonely but never alone.Oh, howContinue reading “Gods and Monsters”

Ravish Me

This isn’t a fairytaleThat people tell their childrenAt night. This isn’t the damsel inDistress,Being rescuedBy her Prince. This isn’t the Belle of the ball,Dancing with her kingly Beast. No. This is something different.This is something darker.This is something better. Ravish me,With the sudden deep kissesAnd light touches down my spine. Ravish me,With your darknessAs itContinue reading “Ravish Me”

The Beautiful Rise of Medusa

Magnificent beyond all measure.She was loved by all who knew her.Adored by the one she worshipped.Her life was beautiful. But then the tides shifted.The waves turned ashen greyAnd brought forth a hurricaneOf blood and fire. When it took her,She tried to fight back,She tried to escape.But she found herself wrappedUp in its icy arms,Breathing inContinue reading “The Beautiful Rise of Medusa”

Siren

She calls for her lover,From the depths of the water,Deep in the shadows Starved for his kiss,She smiles, Knowing the outcome. Oh, how she’s missed this. Each one of her suitors, Vastly different than the others. But just as tasty. The waves crash Against his boat And he sees her there. An Angel floating inContinue reading “Siren”

Monster: A Short Story

With tears streaming down her face, she cried out, “You can’t keep me here.” He stopped playing with her hair, and began lightly tracing her lips, with his cold smooth fingers, “Oh, I can and will, little one.” “They’ll be looking for me,” she hissed. He leaned in close to her ear and whispered, “YesContinue reading “Monster: A Short Story”

Before Dawn

Standing there alone and cold, I had a feeling that I was being watched. The wind howled all around me, and my skin prickled from the chill. I had been walking in the woods for what seemed like hours. I was incredibly, indelibly lost. Somehow my hiking group and I had gotten separated. The ideaContinue reading “Before Dawn”