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Poetry: Hallowe’en

Hallowe’en Hallowe’en begins with the ringing of the bells Celebration for our long since dead The ringing bells Expel those whom seek to harm Candles light the windows Reflecting dancing flames Warding off witches Burning ‘til midnight Keeping evil influences … Continue reading

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31 Days of Halloween: Halloween Poetry

Darkness descended Eager to swallow the entire landscape It had waited patiently For months end It’s mouth smelling of cinnamon Bonfire and smoke Skeletal arms swept in cool evenings Gripping the places sunlight couldn’t penetrate The long nights Lit by … Continue reading

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Poetry: Hallowe’en

Hallowe’en Hallowe’en begins with the ringing of the bells Celebration for our long since dead The ringing bells Expel those whom seek to harm Candles light the windows Reflecting dancing flames Warding off witches Burning ‘til midnight Keeping evil influences … Continue reading

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31 Days of Halloween: Hallowe’en in a Suburb by H.P Lovecraft

Hallowe’en in a Suburb by H. P. Lovecraft The steeples are white in the wild moonlight, And the trees have a silver glare; Past the chimneys high see the vampires fly, And the harpies of upper air, That flutter and … Continue reading

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