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Hearts Master... a Vampire Poem



You are supposed to be scared

To run away from me in fear

Not try and nibble on my ear


Why is it I who feels ensnared?

This isn’t the way it’s supposed to be

Damn girl why aren’t you afraid of me?


Look deep into my eyes

Can you not see the danger around you?

Listen to my warning rare but true


It is certainly not wise

To press against my cold skin

Invoking thoughts of forgotten sin

I am more beast than man

Resisting the urge to kill

To taste your blood and watch it spill

Run sweet one while you can

This odd restraint will only last so long

My willpower has never been this strong

Your breath full of life

Risking your soul for a kiss

A taste of forbidden bliss

You are walking strife

A danger I’ve not known

Refusing to leave me alone!


Night after night

You follow me around

Worse than any hunter and his hound


Yet I am not sick of the sight

Of the way your skin glows

Or how your hair flows


In fact I am quite taken

By the swell of your hips

And the taste of your lips


But I am no good man fallen

Evil from the moment I was born

To darkness only my soul is sworn


 You will not live to see another day

The trust in your eyes such a waste

As your blood I finally taste

Yet words of love still you say

Warming my frozen heart

Tearing my evil plans apart

So drink now and please hush

As darkness takes your light

My blood turning you into a creature of the night

as into the darkness we rush

Seduced by your light gone forever

Not ready for what you have become, my hearts master

© 2010 K.A.E Grove


K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on January 13, 2013:

Why thank you dear sir :)

There is nothing more tantalising the a little ear nibbling, so glad you enjoyed :)

ahorseback on January 10, 2013:

Take that first image and ....wow I'm okay with being bitten !....:-} awesome poem my dear !

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on May 25, 2012:

I am so glad that you enjoyed this, Ive been fascinated with vampires for years so its a real pleasure that you liked this... Thank you

VampireOfTheNight on May 23, 2012:

Great! I'm a vampire. Seriously. Some people dont believe me... but i know all vampire secrets... waiting for the thirst of the night

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on February 17, 2011:

Ah its the mystery, the taboo, and don't forget the never ageing thing, that means no wrinkles or grey hair, huge plus right there, so lots of reason to hunt down a sexy vampire to ensnare :)

So glad that you liked this one as well :)

BenWritings from Save me from, Tennessee on February 16, 2011:

Awesome poem. Why do the ladies always want to be seduced and cursed to eternal damnation by sexy vampires? ;]

The hunter becomes the prey.

Great writing, truly enjoyed this one

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on February 14, 2011:

hehe, glad that you liked it, I'm sure if we look hard enough we are to sure find a brother or equally yummy close friend :)

thanks for the comment brought a much needed smiled to face, thank you

poetvix from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country. on February 14, 2011:

That was yummy! Oh my God, you rocked that one, totally hot! Do you think he has a brother? :)

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on January 05, 2011:

I have had a fascination with vampires for years, before I started reading paranormal romance, the dark edge of mystery surrounded by horror has always held a huge appeal to me. I am glad you like this poem, vampires should have a darker edge then what we are getting in our films lately, Thanks for stopping by :)

Desadi from Marietta, Ga on January 05, 2011:

Yeah I think the vampire falling in love is often way over done even though I myself write like that sometimes I like the darker edge. It was definitely worth the read thanks!

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on January 04, 2011:

I am thrilled that you liked this, not every vampire wants to fall in love...

thanks for stopping in :)

Desadi from Marietta, Ga on January 04, 2011:

I love the seductive desire of this. True to the vampire's inner conflict.

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on January 02, 2011:

thank you so so much for your encouragement ((hug)) I have so much fun writing these darker poems of mine, but don't wish to become redundant or worse boring,

So I will venture out a little and see where it takes me but no matter how far my writing may travel I have a feeling that it will always return to these dark roots of horror and paranormal,

Thank you so much for kind words, they mean a lot!

epigramman on January 01, 2011:

....yes in a return to a classic - please keep writing about horror in all of its blood curdling glory because I think it's your poetic calling - but at the same a great writer (which you are) always moves around and tries different things and different genres and moods.

Either way I will always come back .....

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on December 29, 2010:

:) so glad that you liked it, Thanks that's high praise coming from you!

William Benner from Savannah GA. on December 29, 2010:

Yep another winner! Keep up the good work!

K.A.E Grove (author) from Australia on December 28, 2010:

4elements, Glad you liked it, Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know what you thought :)


vampires have always been a fascination of mine, so it comes naturally to me that they appear so often in my writing, I am Thrilled that you like my poems so much, Thank you!


ah so nice to have you call in again, I was afraid these vampire poems of mine may have overstayed their welcome, glad to hear otherwise thank you so much as always your comment has made my day :)

Doug Turner,

Indeed its not wise to push a vampire past his limits :) I am so glad to hear that you liked my poem, it is very much a case of the poor evil vampire being unwillingly seduced, so nice to have you stopping in again, thank you

Doug Turner Jr. on December 28, 2010:

Interesting. Instead of the seducer, the vampire seems to be the seducee; pushing the girl away and warning her of ignorance. She obviously doesn't heed his warning and, in the end, vampires will be vampires.

epigramman on December 28, 2010:

..well you know the epigramman always loves this poetic genre - especially when it comes from the dark corridors of your mind - you excel in this style of writing - it seems to be your poetic calling and I am glad I came calling in order to read it - bravo!!!

samiaali on December 28, 2010:

I love vampire poems and I loved this one!

4elements on December 28, 2010:

another great vamp poem.

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