(10 September 1886 – 27 September 1961 / Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)

Vanpire's Travel

thy deflies upon my flesh
the tormented skin which once brought life
i have traveled near and far..
and yet i sleep in my ancentral land
the weakness of my blood runs through my veins
the shimmering ashes of hell i saw
the glimpse of light sparkle upon thy eyes
and yet i havent seen the world and its
true identity...
lemure...

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Helen of Troy......Her beauty is a tragedy. Wonderful poem
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Interesting poem. It is intriguing to think how people view their past history and see the perspective change from generation to generation.
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