Not Forgotten

In a wondrous moment Of pale moonlight, A’sale , still feeling quite Like a freighted young child, Hid beneath the long wicked branches Of an overgrown  rusty old tree. A’sale was lost in a moment, Left behind, Somewhere in a once forgotten Moment, had lost her mind, No matter how hard she tried, That memoryContinue reading “Not Forgotten”

Horror Poetry: Visitor of the Night

Within hours after midnight, a storm arose from the cloudy skies. She sat up in her chair, awakened, unable to sleep to the howling winds that called out in her dreams. Curled up with a notebook in her lap, she journaled the events of her day, hoping to give her some peace to nod offContinue reading “Horror Poetry: Visitor of the Night”

Horror Poetry: House of Comfort and Terror

Somewhere in the brush of the deep abandoned woods, sat an aged rustic two-story home with broken windows and chipped white paint. Old green cracked shutters hung from their hinges, creaking in the wind. A young teenage gaunt brunette with flowing long hair and red ruby lips had come upon this finding, buried deep withinContinue reading “Horror Poetry: House of Comfort and Terror”

Rage Risen ( a narrative poem)

    Rage Risen Sometimes,the pain is too much.Anger and hurt, turn into rage,as another type of evil,lurks from its unlocked cage… People allow pain to come in,and take them places they’ve never been.And then there’s regret,No turning back…It becomes difficult, to find a connectionthat you can never get…—————————-On a late night of storms andContinue reading “Rage Risen ( a narrative poem)”

Horror Poem: TORTURED

A young woman sits alone in a dark room, bound by her own misery to an old worn tattered chair. She sulks silently, writhing in her own torture by disturbing memories of long ago… Delirious, she can’t seem to remember how she reached the bottom of these stairs, or why she is now bound toContinue reading “Horror Poem: TORTURED”

Humorous Horror Poetry: The Lady at the Round Rustic Table

Alone in a dark cool downstairs room, seated around an old rustic round table, sits an elderly woman with long black hair and white highlights woven through. Her long wrinkled fingers with brittle nails, and chipped red polish tap on the old rustic table, As the black candle dances Illuminating the dark cool room. DressedContinue reading “Humorous Horror Poetry: The Lady at the Round Rustic Table”

Horror Poetry: Spirit and Flesh

Inside a deep sleep was she. Bound within a deafening silence, only to be awakened to the horror that now was bestowed upon her. Between light and dark, she was unable to ascend, as now she found herself strapped down on a heavy metal table, where the torture would never end. To her, this mysteryContinue reading “Horror Poetry: Spirit and Flesh”