To dance with a vampire

To dance with the undead

Is to put your life in danger

But the peril is far greater than

If this were some mere stranger

   Turned by the victim of a victim

Of an angel fallen to earth

This evil monster drinks your blood

To quench a disturbing thirst

   If one should bite you, start to drink,

it'll surely drain you dry

And then you'll become just like it

The second that you die

   So waltzing with a vampire

Is really not advised

The choice to do so, in fact,

Would mean your untimely demise...

The End

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