Faces Behind Masks

Don't move. Don't speak. Don't breathe. They are here. They are watching. They want me. They want you. They are hungry. Who? Who are they? Who am I? Who are you? They are the demons, the cravers of the dark. They are the shadows sapping all the hope. They are the greedy, all they need... Continue Reading →

No Such Thing As Gennies

It's dark and the streetlamps deter much of the natural light from touching the ground, The wind is a faint whisper in the leaves and a gentle caress against your cheek, The hum of the city is a muted cacophony behind you As you walk along the curb, Balancing on the cement, The comforting weight... Continue Reading →

Stay

There's a temple Over on the hill, It's so old that No one knows who Or what gods it was Devoted to. I'm the only one who visits, now. I grew up in the town That's in the shadow of That hill. I would stare at the temple From the square, And I would wonder... Continue Reading →

Haunted

Have you ever met a truly foreign thing? That follows you too close, That sends shivers down your spine, That refuses even to let you lie? It's cold breath constantly On the back of your neck, Clawed fingers running spirals up your arm And then trailing back down to your wrist? Whenever it's near you... Continue Reading →

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