Tag: horror poetry

The Room Upstairs by Nasha Hooft

Be forewarned, death is never the end! Claudia Step after ominous step, Claudia sensed foreboding dread.  As she neared, sounds of scratching echoed down toward her spinning head.  At the top of the first ten foot flight, laid the room of doom.  A room so black, the eye had to […]

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Winter by Ron Spark

Crystalline Prisms of white; settle on vacant souls. Waiting for the ultra-violet embrace: of summer sunlit coals. Ron Spark is also a storyteller who doesn’t like to talk about himself. Make sure to check out his story in Dark Moon Digest 17. Make sure to check out all the other […]

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Untitled by Ron Spark

The flesh of a thousand lifetimes resides here in each and every one, Yet none are able to see where they have begun. So flows life with its many ripples, swirling into an endless abyss, only to discover nothingness. Ron Spark states that “he is the boring guy with an […]

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Now Available: Heaven then Hell

The next poetry book is here.  Dark, erotic, and visceral, Heaven then Hell is a trip through horror like no other.  Make sure to check it out!   Heaven then Hell, pain and pleasure, love and sorrow, lust and loathing, valor and despair. It is the darkness that dwells within, the shadow […]

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