Vaedryn and Quinlan by voaness
Vaedryn and Quinlan's story centers around the life of two vampires who have a morbid fascination with their own death. They can often be found just at the crack of dawn waiting for the sun to rise, perversely wishing to end their own lives. Yet, this is only a morbid fantasy and they always leave before anything actually becomes imperil. Vaedryn, with his boyish looks, often is found quoting Dickinson, as he waits for the horizon, 'Because I could not stop for Death, He kindly stopped for me; The carriage held but just ourselves and immortality.' The poem is a perfect conundrum upon his view of his martyred life.