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Tag Archives: poetry
Unseelie Songs by Liúsaidh For the past year we have published the dark, the horror, and the macabre. The stories that most other mags don’t want to touch or publish because they don’t fit with today’s politically correct themes. Today … Continue reading
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.
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
Prose Poetry by Liúsaidh Standing stones. Blood on the rocks. Thrice I call you, Mortal Man. Thou hast caught my shoes, so I cannot run. In thy hands, my lantern of dark-light. I cannot lie. Mortal Man, who seeks his … Continue reading
Dark Poetry by Marcus Bales for Mark Totterdell I’ve had that dream: the hard official knock made louder by the acid culture of fear that eats resistance down and ends in shock obeying orders to gather whatever mere necessities are … Continue reading
Disturbing Verse by Marcus Bales They did it every year for years and every year I grew more wary and up to puberty my fears were focused on mid-February.