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Succubus (Poem IV)

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by Unknown
First published in Sociopathic.net
Language English
Subject(s) Succubus

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Succubus is a poem by an unknown author.


By Unknown

The creature of pain came to me
Her lies so sweet, her lips so red
Such beauty I have not seen
Yet such darkness, I can not dream
She came for me
I ran to her
My darkest nightmare
An embrace as cold as the wettest grave
Yet I crawled to her
As she feasted on me
I drained away
Each day I grew paler
As her needs drained my life away
But yet I cringed in pain
To see her go
She took my life and drained it all
now she will feed on another
Helpless wonder

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