Artwork by meh, haiku by Patrick Rahall: The Doll The doll by the wall, It watches me and sees all. I scream when it calls. One question interview with Patrick: JA: If your writing style were a character in a murder mystery, which character would it be and why? […]
Woo! Sorry for the super late post today guys, I’ve been fighting with getting an internet connection long enough to upload everything. (Thanks snow…) Here are all of the poems for today, but I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the rest of the artwork as […]
April is the time-zone home to the 30-30 poetry challenge. 30 poems in 30 days. I personally am not feeling quite ambitious enough for this full challenge but I did want to at least take a crack at some properly structured poetry. Today, in honor of Friday Flash, […]
Tangled in the grasping hate Pulled beneath the swarming The black cloud clings to us Obscuring our efforts Absorbing our will This spiteful multitude gorges on us Tearing tiny strip after tiny strip Of what little good is left In the tombs of our souls A rip A tear […]
The premise of this hop is to be the antithesis of Valentine’s Day. There’s no sweet romance, or lovey-dovey stuff allowed. Down with the idea of candy and flowers! These writers shun sappy romance, and showcase the ugly side of love. We are celebrating heartbreak, love gone wrong, […]
January 19, 1809 On this day in 1809 a man who has inspired multitudes of artists, writers, and people was born. Mr. Edgar Allan Poe. If he were still alive today he would be 206 years old. Edgar Allan Poe was an American author with a streak for […]
This is the nanny you should be terrified of.
A little dark poetry from the drifting corners of my mind.