In hindsight, the solution was obvious.
It was staring me right in the face the entire time but for some reason I had a hard time coming to terms with it.
It wasn't really his fault, in a way I guess you could say it was my fault. I was the one who always wanted to try new things and that night, he had been nowhere to be found. I jumped in with both feet, never once thinking about the consequences.
It was easy for me, I had no ties to anyone or anything. Well except for him.
He, on the other hand, had friends and family but I really didn't take that into consideration.
I was hungry and I didn't yet have control over my own appetite and he was right there in front of me, smelling like Heaven.
He egged me on when he showed me his neck.
I had no choice.
I had to kill him.
But, in my defense, at least we will be together forever.
Unless I decide to stake his ass.

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Galen over 13 years ago

Great first story. No one ever talks about the lighter side of vampirism. So glad to have this out there. :) And welcome to the site.

Gone Awry about 13 years ago

Yeah. you look at things like Dracula {not bad, sub par} and twilight {GAG!} and all you see is the bloodsucking parasite that is the vampire. you don't see the {limited} emotion behind it.

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DefinitelyTaran about 13 years ago

Loved the ending, made me chuckle

Galen about 13 years ago

Absolutely agree with DefinitelyTaran: I laughed out loud at the last line.

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unscary horror fake fantasy stupid first attempt

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vampires silly first attempt urges eternity sucks

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In hindsight, the solution was obvious.
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