Inside your heartI found I was a part of you,More Like This
A half of your enormous heart.
There were some other parts...a few...
I do not know where should I start.
There was a part for life and job,
A smaller one for friends and parents.
I feel that time I had to stop -
But curiosity's my talent.
The bigger part was to the sorrow:
The love and hatred beated you.
And if I could, I'd like to borrow
The feeling - I will turn in dew.
You will be free from pain and suffer,
It all will go away at once,
But it's my dream, the life is tougher
And we'll just follow devil's dance.
what am iWhat is my name?More Like This
You know? I don't.
I never knew my real features.
Am I insane?
They say I'm not,
They've never seen such evil creatures.
I was a human,
So grey and plain,
And my reflection was disgusting.
And now I'm pure
Like summer rain.
My life will be forever lasting.
I love the smell,
The smell of blood,
The smell of fear and dependence.
My past was hell
And now it's flood
Of different sense, with no resemblance.
My grave's my bed,
My death's my life,
And I will seek for prey in shadows.
I may seem sad
But I may lie
To make you bind above my cradle.
And then I'll bite
Your silky neck
And paint in red my tender fingers.
You are so sweet,
My little snack,
My little guest at modest dinner.
the words of attractionYou fascinate me every moment,More Like This
The way you live attracts me much.
I'd hate to be your war opponent,
I'll break in pieces of one your touch.
I shall enjoy our time together.
I shall be tempted by your voice.
I even shall adore the weather
And that annoying people's noise.
I fancy you with all your features.
I'm keen on thought that you're mine.
As blood appeals to all the leeches,
I worship you, as you're divine.
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"That one seems to be the most interesting," Rrasha observed, pointing a claw at a male of the species displayed on the monitor. Tverosh nodded in agreement, the end of his armored serpent-like tail swishing slowly. Rrasha's eyes glowed, their inner blue ring almost completely engulfed in the surrounding red.
"Can we have it?" she asked with a pleading hiss behind her voice.
Tverosh thought about it for quite some time. "Be careful, sweet Rrasha. We do not know what it can do or what kind of dangers it can cause us. But if you must have it, by all means take it."
Clicking her claws, Rrasha hissed softly with joy. She always wanted her own human, to learn more about and to play with. She waved at Tverosh and slowly slithered out into the darkness. Where were they? Those creatures have to be close for us to observe them, Rrasha thought. Flicking out her snakelike tongue, she tasted an unfamiliar scent. That had to be them. The creature followed this smell toward the humans.