Satan's Soldier

by Bradley Peter   Apr 29, 2007


In the day I sleep, in the night I dine
Feeding from those whom often decline
Their screaming souls, I drink away
Leaving their shells to slowly decay
I'm a slave of the night, a master of death
An expert at stealing a mortal's breath
Be him strong or be him weak
It is but his blood of which I seek
You may say, I'm a monster of such
Friend of the devil, his soul I clutch
But it is my job, to take mortal lives
I feed on humanity, so that evil survives

*Obviously, this poem shows the upside of being a vampire, but I have written another one which shows the opposite called 'A Vampire Curse'*

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  • 4 months ago

    by mossgirl19

    This is the true vampire poem, hehe. I love the whole poem. Are you sure you are not a real vampire?? :-) Flowed really well and for me it doesn't need to be broken into stanzas anymore. It's great as it is. Fantastic.

    • 4 months ago

      by Bradley Peter

      I had totally forgotten about this piece. Thank you for reminding me. I enjoyed re-reading it.

  • 10 years ago

    by Louis

    Good pacing, fluency and clarity. Try skipping lines next time so that the poem doesn't look like a mass of words 5/5

  • 10 years ago

    by Crystal Gaze

    I liked it.
    It flowed well.
    And was just Amazing!

    I really don't know how to explain what it made me feel.
    but well done.
    5/5