Eithne lives in a modern world where magic exists but is not known about to 'normal people'. She has to go to a public school and learn how to use her magic without letting anyone know she has it.
This is a vampire poem. The vampire, of course, can't resist blood, however he/she wants to retain the last bit of humanity he/she has and doesn't want to be a monster or a sinner
This poem just appeared in my head. I do not know where it came from, but it is very seasonally appropriate. During Samhain, the veil between the spirit world and ours is thin. This is just an image in poem form.
Raisyna is a Demon Goddess. She tells about how fake Heaven is. She uses the help of a young mortal named Laney. She has to convince Laney she's telling the truth, first! (Raisyna is pronounced Ray-sin-uh)
This poem is about a vampire who can not resist the temptation of blood. She can not hold back and her victim dies.
A young girl has Goddess-power (a type of magic) and has to learn how to controll it before the 'bad guys' use her against her family and friends.
This is a werewolf poem. It takes place on the night of the full moon and the werewolf describes how she feels and that she has no choice but to be a wolf.