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Can I honestly say I don't love you because of what you are?
I love the damned soul caught inside your morbid being
My love, you picked me out of all from near and far
Were you scared after I found out the truth you could accuse me of fleeing?

How? I have freely made up my mind to enter your domain
Knowing what I have to do and what I will become, I don't care
By your side, no matter what, I always wish to remain
If I left you, do you think it would be fair/

My life would be worth nothing if I left you
I know your soul has lived many lives! But does this imply we couldn't be soul mates?
After all I know my future life with you, I need no preview
I choose this freely, even knowing my future fate.

I know I shall obtain a lust for blood requiring me to feed off others
I know I will never feel the sun again shine down on my face
But I freely choose to be your wife not just your lover
I shall become immortal, just like you, this way I can always look upon your face.

So tonight I shall freely taste your blood
I shall become a bride in the league of the undead
Together we shall raise our glasses and say Cheers! Mine holding your very blood
With you, eternal, immortal, forever, enough has been said.



------
Lanaia Lee


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