Bela Lugosi's Dead, Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, dorm room sex, erotic poetry, poem, sonnet, Susan Sarandon, the hunger, threesome, vampire porno
We ran through the snow; from the video
store to your dorm room, with The Hunger in
our hands. You called it a vampire porno.
My friend, “Baby Phat,” you said, called it sin
divine. She lay between us on your bed
as the film played. By the time Sarandon
had gorged on Deneuve’s blood, her rounded red
nails were in your panties and her tampon
dangled from my teeth. You’d said you didn’t
like girls. “Not like that.” Apparently “that”
didn’t include girl-cum as you sucked deep
on her lips. You’ll wake tomorrow, your cunt
needing more, and find me hard, Baby Phat
wet; we two craving you, even in sleep.
The Hunger is a 1982 erotic horror movie, directed by Tony Scott and staring Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie and Susan Sarandon. Among other things it features Peter Murphy in a cage while Bauhaus’ “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” plays on the soundtrack.