Treasure Island

Laura arwen


The paranormal entities


The ghosts are
mortal spirits
Both with spirits
and ghosts we
communicate unconsciously but
voluntarily
The ghosts aren't
scary
Some spirits may
give special powers
like the shield
of mind
The spirits are
part of the
visions
The supernatural powers
are advantageous and
very reliable
For the undead
the more complicated
mysteries are easy
puzzles
The demons are
damn charming and
damn irresistible
The spirits are
the guardians of
the dreams
Not all demons
are evil
Demons are essential
for the balance
of the supernatural
world
Ghosts are good
guides for extraterrestrial
life
The ghosts are
funny creatures and
fair
I am convinced
that there is
a logical rationale
for the existence
of paranormal phenomena
In the supernatural
realm there is
harmony, respect and
obedience

Submitted: Monday, June 04, 2012

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