Dear friends, this week is much the same as far as my time crunch goes, thanks to many things, however, y’all are awesome, so #horrorhaikuesday continues.
PS. I’m doing a bizarre photoshoot today for an exhibit I have not promoted at all that will be opening on Friday. If you’d like to see what’s happening, come find me on SnapChat.
PPS. If you would like to be one of the featured poets for October, send me an email and we can chat about the details. ❤
Today’s #horrorprompt is:
— #horrorprompt (@horrorprompt) September 4, 2016
Dipping into pools
of the everlasting void
in the upside down
From the hilarious duo of the Just a Story Podcast:
When you held the child
You expected innocence
You were mistaken
— Just A Story Podcast (@justastorypod) August 30, 2016
This one nearly made me shoot coffee out of my nose while laughing:
I smooch on her head
She looks at me wondering
Where’s the rest of her? pic.twitter.com/VNe4twtET1
— Magnificent Cowlick (@MCMbooks) August 30, 2016
And here’s today’s featured poem with the Horror Made treatment today:
Each day, the scarecrow
Appeared closer to the house.
Then the doorbell rang
— Rad (@radish_attack) August 30, 2016