Qonzilqointec and The Statue of A Long-Necked Crane

June 8, 2019 at 9:43 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Poetry, Romance, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , )

Qonzilqointec and The Statue of A Long-Necked Crane

The Aztec vampire princess Qonzilqointec was in a room in the Dashwood Forrest Art Gallery in London.

Dressed in an exquisite lilac purple evening gown, Qonzilqointec knelt on a neo-Louis XIV royal Bourbon blue chair alongside a modern statue of a long-necked crane raising its beak towards a lantern of good fortune.

Into the room walked her friend and lover the Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing.

He had just returned from Jerusalem Israel where he had escorted Miranda Singh (the Executive Secretary to the London-based billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set) who was beginning a top secret mission for British MP Renfield R. Renfield.

“Your Highness,” Dracul addressed the Aztec vampiress, “you look the epitome of regal royalty.”

Qonzilqointec smiled, “Those weren’t the words Donald Trump spoke when I lay on his neck and threatened to drain every ounce of blood from his body unless he decided to drop the tariffs he was threatening to impose on my homeland of Mexico.”

“I see you were successful in your negotiations,” Dracul noted, “The U.S. has reached an agreement with Mexico and will not be imposing the tariffs Trump had threatened to impose starting this Monday.”

“Having lived 600 years, I have mastered the art of the deal,” She approached Dracul and gave him a non-fatal hickey.

. . .

The ghost of Orson Welles was having a spectral dream.

He dreamed of his wife Rita Hayworth as Semiramis the former Queen of Babylon speaking to a bird who was a parrot-raven hybrid created by a 1930s mad scientist forerunner of an early 21st Century Transhumanist scientist.

Said Rita as Semiramis to the parrot-raven hybrid,

“Oh bird who spoke to Poe in the bleak December
Crossed with a bird who can’t shut up and is able to remember 
The world is confused and troubled 
And about to burst an economic bubble 
Putin warns of a new arms race
Stretching from sea to outer space 
Because on arms control, the U.S. won’t negotiate 
Preferring to leave humanity’s hands up to a very dark fate
“Nevermore” you might cry
As peace dove falls from the sky 
Lenore is lost but so are we all 
The end result of Eden’s fall.

-A vampire novel chapter
and poem
written by Christopher
Saturday June 8th


  1. George F. said,

    Love it!…particularly the non fatal hickey! LOL!

  2. annieasksyou said,

    I’d like to cry “Nevermore!” as trumpputinetal are shown the door

    And the dove of peace claps her wings
    As good folks worldwide smile and sing.,,

  3. Kanika Tripathi said,

    Saying hello to my favourite Geopolitics and International Relations professor I’ve never even met. You know I’m blogging after a long, long time and it’s really pleasant to see you here.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you very much.

      Glad to hear that I’m your favourite Geopolitics and International Relations professor. ❤

  4. Jessica said,

    Oh… I love Dracul’s girlfriend! Tough and sweet. It is not an easy feat threatening a US president and get away with it. Hahaha 😀

  5. David Redpath said,

    Yes, between Putin
    and Xi Jinping . . .
    the hungry bear of Russia
    and the stirring dragon of China
    the West best not forget the past
    . . . and get it’s act together

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, as Confucius say,
      When the West goes astray
      On a windy day
      You can see an untweeted toupee.

  6. David Redpath said,

    There’s a Spaghetti Western being played
    out, called the Good, the Bad, and the Fugly.
    And Trump thinks he’s Clint Eastwood

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      And speaking of behalf of his horse, he says to a Mexican farm labourer earning very low wages, “Go on, make my hay.”

  7. Lorrain 13 said,

    I really like the humor found on this Blog, in reading the comments. Well done !

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