Halloween Vampire, poetry by Ericca Chavez at Spillwords.com
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Halloween Vampire

Halloween Vampire

written by: Ericca Chavez

@ericcachavez8

 

Thrilling to stain red all over innocent lips, marks of savage monsters.
Gliding through the night yelling about Dracula quips, little insulting imposters.
Skip the tricks and treats, it’s a night of fashion and flirts, uncovering a world of carnal spice.
Eccentric garments to emulate those detailed within the vaunted novels of Anne Rice.
Admiring those who in turn glorify them, beyond the shadows lurks the sinister vulture.
Dressed in their solitary shrouds, all akin are bound by the unending monster culture.
Indeed, a most dreadful scheme to the cynics, but courtesy for the naive.
Flattering spooky hearts, no other creature is more iconic on this eve.

Ericca Chavez

Ericca Chavez

Ericca Chavez is an emerging writer and artist based in Utah. Her inspiration stems from horror, the supernatural and the paranormal. Though not all of her work is set on these topics. Truthfully, she has a soft spot for flowers and animals. When she's not writing or creating another painting, she can be found tending to her garden, drinking tea and listening to all genres of music or engaging in a crafting activity.
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