Tag: poetry

Nightly Stroll by John Grey

Walking with you on the dark street, between tenement rows, tall and dark and sinister, abandoned to the dream of fire, the reality of rats, when something, human or beast, half seen in shadow, darts into an alley ahead— is he waiting for us? is he afraid of us? we […]

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Stalker by Gerry Griffiths

Someone’s staring Quite unexpected Somewhat daring And unsuspected   An innocent glance A stare averted A lurid observance Perhaps perverted   Last call The bar is closing Outside, rainfall The night imposing   The hour is late As you stride for home Tempting fate As you foolishly roam   Footsteps […]

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Monster by Vivian Kasely

How could you love me? I’m an ugly monster. A terrible creature.  I don’t deserve love. Are you blind? Are you a masochist? Do you like when I hurt you? All I do is eat your dreams and suck the life from you. And you still love me? Must I […]

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The Clown by John Grey

        Pity how even the starving dogs quit on me, won’ t take my handouts, skitter away from my hunks of meat, the curs.

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Hail to the King by Sean M Davis

I’ve always been a writer. Well, I suppose that’s misleading. I wasn’t born with a pen in my hand or any other clichés like that. Let me clarify. I’ve always told stories. The funny thing, which I learned quickly, was that if you told stories out loud, you were called […]

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