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A Werewolf song ( revised version)

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Nate Dogg
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0 posted 12-21-1999 07:29 PM       View Profile for Nate Dogg   Email Nate Dogg   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions   Click to visit Nate Dogg's Home Page   View IP for Nate Dogg


I was reading one of R.L. Stine's books and as soon as I put the book down I started writing a poem. This poem is basically about me transforming into a werewolf. Bad moonlight was the original name for this poem but I changed it to Werewolf song because, this poem felt more like a song as I typed it in the computer.

Bad moonlight, bad moonlight,
please come out for me tonight.
Bad moonlight, bad moonlight,
I'm begging you with all my might.

Please come with me!
Please stay with me!
Come out and shine youself on me,
so that I can be happy.
In the daytime, I dream about you while I sleep.
At nightime, I gleam at you while I eat.

Bad moonlight, bad moonlight
please come out for me tonight.
Bad moonlight, bad moonlight,
I'm begging you with all my might.

Oh bad moonlight, you make me cold,
while I'm in my mold.
You put hair all over my body,
making it feel rough and brisky.

You give me sharper teeth,
for better things to eat.
You make my eyes more darker and more fiercer,
as my human qualities grow scarcer.

You add two more legs to make me four,
which makes me twice as faster than before.
I'm a human's worst nightmare
because, one look at me spells fear.

I chase down my prey in hungry pursuit of their blood.
It's something that I can't get enough of.
None of this would be possible without my bad moonlight
so, I thank you bad moonlight for giving me life, in the time of night.



 Nathan
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Elizabeth Santos
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1 posted 12-21-1999 07:34 PM       View Profile for Elizabeth Santos   Email Elizabeth Santos   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Elizabeth Santos

Nathan,
I have always hated stories about werewolfs
But I like your poem. Excellent!
Liz
Nate Dogg
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2 posted 12-21-1999 08:08 PM       View Profile for Nate Dogg   Email Nate Dogg   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nate Dogg's Home Page   View IP for Nate Dogg

Thank you Liz, I'm glad you liked it!

 Nathan
sandgrain
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since 09-21-1999
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3 posted 12-21-1999 09:18 PM       View Profile for sandgrain   Email sandgrain   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for sandgrain

Very scarey!  If this makes any sense, I dislike the topic but it's written so melodic, it ought to be sung.
Denise
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4 posted 12-21-1999 11:06 PM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

I enjoyed this Nate! This could be a song! Very scarey, though!  

 Denise


Nate Dogg
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Thank you for the wonderful comments.

 Nathan
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