Huntress stalks the night, ensnaring prey.
The seductive siren awaits, A finger curled, beckoning forward Like a moth to the brightest flame, You foolishly flock, Not realizing the fatal mistake made
The children fade, Swallowed by The abyssal maw overhead, Just waiting for more prey
Just a Bite
Fangs gleam in the dense shadows, Snow white stained with copper crimson Jaw gaping as unquenchable thirst takes over Ruby eyes glisten like gems in the distance, Tracking every single step, each tiny trace of movement
Spells spoken by soft, sultry lips Always entrance me far too easily Golden sparks spread From smooth fingertips, trailing along Plush, quivering skin