Disclaimer- Butch Hartman owns Danny Phantom. Not me. Anybody sick of this yet? This is a villanelle, a very structured rhyme form coming from the French. The best-known villanelle in modern literature is probably Dylan Thomas' "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night." This form, structured, focused, and depending on repetition of the refrain, fits very well with Vlad, in my opinion. So this is Vlad, speaking to Danny...

Temptation

Cold and weary to the core,
Without hope, you face the day.
Come to me and bleed no more.

Roads that you have trod before
Tangle, and you've lost your way,
Cold and weary to the core.

You have drunk your fill of war;
In silent graves your dreams now lay.
Come to me and bleed no more.

From countless cuts your heart is sore
And your soul is dim and grey;
Cold and weary to the core.

Though the winds may scream and roar
I can keep the pain at bay.
Come to me and bleed no more.

One look back-- then close the door.
Turn around and walk away.
Cold and weary to the core,
Come to me and bleed no more.