Lizzy Bathing (poem)

Countess Lizzy bathed her eyes
To see a bathing virgin
Flesh pale, tender white
Eyes loving
Cheeks pretty
Leggy sticks
Unmolested
By the hicks

In the forrest Lizzy finds them
Prone to her
Motherly seduction
By the creek
Morning dew
Girl in the water
Crystal cool water

Baby smile, morning sun
Golden hair
Pebbles at your feet
Tiny fish darting by
Naked Bambi you are
Standing nimble
Like a twig so delicate
Green moss at your feet
May the goddess protect you

Oh nymph so lovely naked
Do not look up
As the Countess speaks
"Come to my castle
Where your beauty
Can romp divine like
The lady that you are...

Come now my pretty you were
Meant to live forever
You will be treated well"

One by one by one by one
The virgin victims came
Came and came and came and came
And came and came and came
To satisfy the tongue
Of Countess Lizzy Bathing

The Earth shook
Beds rattled in castle walls of blue
Little Bambi
Bled for blood
Stretched in all directions
Countess Lizzy Bathing
Strange red complexion

The screams are never heard
As Bambi is betrayed
Racked and jacked
By henchmen
Serving Countess Lizzy
Naked at her tub

The bitch never ages
Under the virgin loves
Dripping from the cages
She keeps hanging up above

Dying for beauty
Countess Lizzy Bathing
Countess Lizzy Bathing
In her big red tub of blood

All the beauties disappeared
To feed her hopeless beauty
She murdered them
Drank them
Bathed in their blood

Rivers of blood
Young virgin blood
Died for Lizzy Bathing

All the beauties disappeared
To feed her hopeless beauty
She murdered them
Drank them
Bathed in their blood

Rivers of blood
Young virgin blood
Died for Lizzy Bathing

I wrote this one based on the horrid legend of Elizabeth Bathory. The poem will probably be used in my ongong work "Moons of Dracula."

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