Monthly Archives: April 2016

Call Another Time

A Poem by Gary Beck I kissed the rosey cheek of death before he could prevent me. He glared at my impertinence. No sentimental outbursts please. I do my job without display, in sleepless hours night and day.

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The Carnival of Dreams

A Macabre Poem by Gary Priest The pier sulks like a shipwreck on the crooked coastline. Neon has expired from its once rainbow sweet sign. “Come Enter The Carnival of Dreams” it expounds. Beneath this evil edifice lie bodies broken … Continue reading

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Froth

A Twisted Tale by T.L. Krawec Vicky was alone. Vicky was cold and bored. Vicky had been waiting a few weeks for this, which was unusual. Normally she’d get the first fuck over with as soon as possible because most … Continue reading

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The Green Man

A Dark Tale by Jenean McBrearty When Marty’s friends heard what happened, they said he was crazy. His enemies said he was a son-of-a-bitch who deserved to have his balls eaten by cannibals. I said they’d all die if they … Continue reading

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My Pretty Blue Ice Princess

A Twisted Tale by Robb White I’ve spent the last nineteen years in a psychiatric clinic preparing for it. No, I’m not a patient. At two-fifteen a.m. precisely every night, I polish floors until they gleam under fluorescent lighting. I … Continue reading

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