Draco - Poem by R K Summers

A green and silver dragon,
Smirks across the room,
You would be my ecstasy,
And I, your rose in bloom.

Eyes, hair, smile, so bright,
My passion now awake
You could have been an angel,
If you weren’t such a snake.

Speak Parseltongue to me, my love,
I’ll whisper in your ears,
We’ll watch the world fall down together,
And share each other’s tears.

Enchanter of hearts, you’ve stolen mine,
With your tricks, charm and lure,
Draco, I’ll spend my life with you,
Of that, I’m forever sure.

'For April, whose obsession with Draco Malfoy was fascinating and shared.' - KS

Poems by R K Summers

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