“Blackened pupils and a tattered black duster that resembled a cape, made Sweettooth look exactly like what he was: a pissed off mara, capable of sucking someone’s dreams and memories until the person went mad or died.”
Doesn’t Sweettooth sound like a vampire? I think he does, and how I wish I possessed the abilities to draw him for Stacy’s vampire prompt at The Butterfly Effect Challenge. Want to know more about the nightmare sucker? Stop by my writing site and read “Berries for Sweet,” the first installment of The Haunting.
Now meet my fully buttered entry:
The Vampiric Leucanthemum Vulgare aka Fanged Daisy
Fanged daisies grow in the rich earth of witchy people’s minds. The longer of their black canines is the main ingredient in Stop Sucking So Damn Much spells. The short one makes the best Annoying Little Idiots Banishing brews.
The fangs are potent, but the most powerful parts of a Vampiric Leucanthemum Vulgare are the single eye that can only be seen under the dark moon and the lone nearly black leaf that falls behind its stalk like a cape. The two, respectively, are used in imagination revelation spells and to protect wild hearts from the harmful effects of creativity haters.
Visit The Butterfly Effect and delight in an artistic feast of vampiric creations. After you are done with that bloody goodness, fly to Green Witch with Sprinkles and enter Mina’s digital scrapbooking giveaway.
Okay, I couldn’t help myself. I had to share Gina’s AEDGYTH.
Look at that face… the expression makes me want to write his tale… yum!