His eyes gleamed beautifully at night,
Like the full moon, they're just as bright.
His irresistible voice overcomes us all,
One look at him and into his eyes, I fall.
We stood there, eyes locked,
A tower clock chimed and proceeded to tick-tock.
From the moonlight, his pallid skin was too much to bear,
This sudden urge I have to touch his hair.
Reluctantly forcing myself from this trance,
I ran without a glance.
But suddenly he was there with an amused smile.
A shiver went down my spine as I knew this smile was vile.
His hands deftly grabbed me,
Please, I cried, let me be.
Unexpectantly, he fangs appeared from their sheaths and tore me apart,
My life slips by, part by part.
As I lay there, in awe of him,
His eyes were excited, but dimmed.
Moments pass and he leaves me there,
Injured in the heart with no one to care.