The Twilight Saga



My senses were struck still

The first moment I saw her:

When her heart made mine beat faster,

When her blood tempted my thirst.

With all my strength I fought

Trying to break free from her spell

That captivated my mind’s directions,

How can I ever be without her?

What am I if she’s not there?

The fruit forbidden tastes the sweeter

And she is my heart’s addiction.

During the night under Moon’s vigil

I climb to watch her sleep

To see the smile that curls her lips

Knowing well she dreams of me.

And though my days were wrest away

Among the living I am not more

But for the kiss of her lips

Life again returns to me.

(Bella, I love you!)

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