A girl stepped away,

Leaving her family behind.

Her body had the say;

She could be out of her mind.

The strength and power

Filled the long body,

He could make people cower,

Perhaps even the haughty.

The eyes had a sly hint

With an evil glint,

A yellowish hue

With a black centre too.

The tongue went out

As if to test all about

If danger was in the air

Around him anywhere.

The torso of him

Was between warm and cold,

Not wet and somewhat slim,

It was slimy to hold.

And daring to touch,

A young teen girl.

He was placed in her clutch,

In her arms to curl.

He is considered the devil,

But in this time the girl did revel.

She never did shake

While she held the snake.

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