Happy Horror Haikuesday everyone!
So, I have made a really bad habit of staying up reeeally late on Monday nights to finish the artwork for the Horror Haikuesday posts. Which mostly has to do with ending up on YouTube to check for something very specific and then losing myself in a vortex of amusements for a few hours…
But I was productive during my visit this time! I finally got my screen capture software to work so I made a speed paint video of the first haiku of the day, which is from A.F. Stewart. 🙂
That old devil’s smile
reflection in your mirror
blood drops on the glass
— A. F. Stewart (@scribe77) April 12, 2016
Next up, is a poem inspired by the movie Let Us Pray from Haiku of Horror.
— Haiku of Horror (@haikuofhorror) April 12, 2016
And I’m a sucker for insanity because that means drawing straight jackets, so here’s one from Anthony Etherin:
The Madness (#Haiku, anagrammed lines):
Many gaunt daemons…
“Undo me, mangy Satan!” –
A young man sent mad.
— Anthony Etherin (@Anthony_Etherin) April 12, 2016
And last but not least, the poem that gave me the best shudder of terror for the week:
Creeping blanket of green fuzz
that once was an eye.
— Kylie Goetz (@eXtremeKylieG) April 12, 2016
Thank you all once again for joining me today and for sharing your fantastic word-smithing. I’m excited to see what you all create with #horrorhaikuesday today! Leave me a haiku in the comment section below or use the hastag to join in on Twitter and Instagram.
Happy creating my friends ❤