Little Nicholas and his Lost Humanity Little Nicholas and His Lost Humanity
by Fleurette

There was a vampire named Nicholas
Who was flying one day
With his master
When he spied an ounce of
His lost humanity.
And next to it was a sign
That said,
LOST-INQUIRE WITHIN.
"Oh," said Nicholas,
"May I have humanity?
May I please?"
And his master said,
"No you may not."
And Nicholas said,
"But I MUST have humanity."
And his master said,
"Well, you can't have it,
But you can have a nice warn
Glass of blood when we get home."
And Nicholas said,
"I don't want a warm
Glass of blood.
I WANT HUMANITY.
I MUST HAVE HUMANITY."
And his master said,
"Be quiet and stop angsting-
You're not getting humanity."
And Nicholas began to cry and said,
"If I don't get humanity I'll die."
And his master said, "You won't die.
No vampire ever died from being inhumane."
And Nicholas felt so bad
That when they got home he went to his loft,
And he couldn't feed,
And he couldn't sleep,
And his heart was broken,
And he DID die-
All because of the humanity
That his master denied him.

(And because his master finally got sick of hearing him whine and staked him through the heart. Remember that the next time you feel like whining to a vampire.)

*** This was a parody of Shel Silverstien's "Little Abigail and the Beautiful Pony. No copyright infringements intended.

With Love,
Fleurette