Tantrum

My daughter, she is six years old
She always screams and shouts
Whenever she is told she’s wrong
She runs away and pouts

She slams the door, yells, ‘Go away!
‘You cannot come inside!’
And if you try to talk to her
She’ll stay and sulk and hide

Eventually she will emerge
Her anger quite forgot
She hated us but now it seems
She loves us both a lot

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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4 Responses to Tantrum

  1. alexkellyoc says:

    Out of topic: I re-watched “Jennifer’s body” for I can’t even remember which time and it hit me-you shall write a story (lesbian story) about a succubus being in love with another succubus. Since you’re better at writing such stuff, I’d really love to read something like that.
    If you’re familiar with “Lost girl” TV series (if not, I highly suggest it) you should get the main idea and then you can let your imagination develop 🙂

  2. Pingback: Sexing the Succubus – Out of the erotica frying pan and into the horror fire | Francis James Franklin (Alina Meridon)

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