From a vampire monologue that I performed earlier in my career.
English (North American)
Middle Aged (35-54)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
when you have lived as long as I, you understand the value of being understood for. I have no peers. What to vampires could live side by side and not be quite literally at each other's throats. We are fierce beings, Captain Check only by the aristocratic sophistication ins we have cultivated over the course of centuries without end. Some speculate that indeed all true vampiric lineage are of the old nobility. Although our blood is not blue, no blood is blue, it's all red, sweet, sweet, red, finer than any wine. But I digress, as Emerson says to be great is to be misunderstood. There are three things every vampire craves blood, understanding and the sun. We long for the son. But the moment we cast our eyes upon it we burn. We need blood. We can control the desire. But when the feeding frenzy is upon us, the animal within takes over. And as for understanding true understanding, perhaps it is not possible for one who is mortal to truly comprehend the life of a being such as myself.