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He Thought He Was Alone But...

An Abecedarian Poem

By Dharrsheena Raja SegarranPublished 2 years ago Updated 4 months ago 1 min read
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Albert was all alone in his office feeling

Bitter. He was working late. Suddenly, he heard a

Creepy voice call out his name. It scared the

Daylights out of him so he ran towards the

Elevator only to realise it was out of order.

"Fudge!" he swore as he walked back to his office and

Gulped some water when a menacing laugh made the

Hair on the back of his neck stand up. He

Immediately ran out of his office and saw

Jack staring at him. That was impossible because he

Knew he was all alone but there was Jack

Looking as pale as a ghost. "Jack?" he called. Jack

Mumbled something and approached him slowly.

"No, you're not Jack! Stay away from me!" and

Off he ran towards the emergency stairs. Although he

Prayed to escape this nightmare, that didn't

Quite happen. Jack managed to catch him

Right before he reached the

Stairs. Jack inserted his fangs into his neck where it left

Two punctures after Jack drank his blood. Now he

Understood that Jack is actually a

Vampire. He was even more horrified

When Jack cracked his skull which seemed glued together by

Xanthan gum. Jack has been

Yearning for brains. Jack is a hybrid of a vampire and a



An Abecedarian poem, also known as an abecedarius, abecedary, or abecedarian, is a kind of acrostic poem in which the first letter of each line or verse begins with successive letters of the alphabet.

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My mental health decline brought about a lot of darkness and I embraced it. It now flows out mostly as Dark Stories and Poetry.

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  • Grz Colm5 months ago

    I’d missed this one! Great job D!! 😁 🧛🏽‍♀️

  • sleepy drafts5 months ago

    This is awesome!! I can't believe I missed it the first time around! What an awesome take on an abecedarian. A perfect Dharrsheena-twist. 💗

  • Jay Kantor6 months ago

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  • Denise E Lindquist7 months ago

    Wow! Great work! ❤️💕💙

  • Veronica Coldiron10 months ago

    I didn't see that coming! GREAT concept! Poor Albert, but at least it all worked out in the end for Jack! I love stories where I can enjoy rooting for the villain. 😉

  • Abigail Penhallegon10 months ago

    This was fun, I’ve never written an abecedarian poem but now I want to!

  • Donna Fox (HKB)11 months ago

    D, this was a great abecedarian poem! I love gory and unexpected story it told, about a vampire- zombie hybrid! Great stuff! 💖

  • Mackenzie Davisabout a year ago

    Haha, this was fun! Cool to see the story unfold as it did. The speaker has an almost ghost-story-round-a-campfire voice, which I very much enjoyed

  • Gideon 6ix2 years ago

    Very cool- I had not heard of this type of poem before- thank you for sharing!

  • Cathy holmes2 years ago

    haha. this is great. Well done.

  • Dawn Salois2 years ago

    Well done! That was very suspenseful.

  • Kent Brindley2 years ago

    How suspenseful and creative!

  • Thank you for the chuckles! It was a nice poem!

  • Deanna Fratus2 years ago

    I loved this and the suspense was great!

  • At the end of the line starting Jack, should there be a 'he' at the end?

  • An interesting poem, if a little ghoulish.

  • Made in DNA2 years ago

    THIS IS TOO DANG GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!! I ACTUALLY LAUGHED! Excellent! I don't think I could have done that, but now I'm honestly interested in trying! Would you proofread it if I did???

  • Very clever my friend.

  • Ali Raza2 years ago

    It was interesting. Liked it.

  • SJ Covey2 years ago

    This is fabulous i I’ve it

  • The Abecedarian Poem is always a great fun challenge. Well done

  • Julie Lacksonen2 years ago

    Xanthan gum, huh? Clever! Lol Fun read!

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  • Jymyaka Braden2 years ago

    I like vampire 🧛🏿‍♀️ stories so this was really cool. It was cute and funny and creative. I love most how you made a story from the poem.

  • Jonathan Townend2 years ago

    Great use of the alphabet here. Ingeniously written. Brilliant.

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