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Moody miserable looking day
The sun preferring to remain
Hide since the first ray;
Sky black-faced morose
'The Transcendent'...'The Metaphysical'...'The Higher Truth...'
spooky words used by
spooky people with
spooky minds who belong to
Aggie the Hag, was a wonderful witch,
Who all the children adored
She fancied herself a sorceress
It kept her from being bored
Remember old Ichabod, last name of Crane
The gangly schoolmaster - some thought him insane
He went to a party on All Hallows' Eve
What happened that night is still hard to believe;
When I was your dream
In piercing sun rays that had
Eaten up shadows
Folding back on the surface of earth
Dear love, though I am a hopeless correspondent,
I found your letter habits lacking too
Till I received your card from H.-lulu.
It made me more-than-slightly-less despondent
Bri's 'Showcase-Intro(duction) ' poem:
It is a tall order to look the history of these institutions and their impact historically and currently on this country. But let's have a go nonetheless.
Let's start with first principles with some basic history and definitions:
Traveling in the jungle, I met a solo ghost changing his shape
as a narcissist, pillarist, eremite and anchorite - is mordacious;
with forms Crackpot, cloistered monk, closet cynic, he's horrendous!
Solo ghost is an universal host and a black spot of lonely landscape.
There are two things
That are hard to hit and see,
That's a spooky ghost
And Muhammad Ali.
Who? Who? Who?
Mahatma. Sorry no.
Stop it. Enough taboo.
Whoosh! went the candle
Slam! went the door!
Suddenly I had the feeling
When I was young, so very young
I would hear the cry of those moms
Who did stay home to raise their kids
While others ran away to play or strapped for the work they did
The little dog barked at the moon
While the green ghosts flitted around
The dimly lit spaces in the compound
Everything seemed and looked spooky
East and west north and south and the rest nadir and zenith
Earth a dice that rolls along a locus that’s predetermined!
What number whither a face we have been assigned to there?
As many men sweat and groan
with heavy stones on ropes to pull
the pyramid grows and grows
like a small child growing up
I imagine any haunted house to have:
The most profound thing Einstein said
is that time is taffy, malleable.
And so is space.
Years and months passed by
My teary trails it couldn't dry
My eyes on road still set
In your mind's eye exactly
And prancing merrily
Under the guise of the devil
With skewed spooky evil
'Phantom' is a common cat's name there;
'Spook' and 'Spooky' are too;
Cats are scary in France.
One Hundred Thirty-SecondEntry, Coronavirus Poetry Diary
blue blood moon
between lines of Grim Reapers
Herman Munster lived in a house so spooky.
And he was very goofy.
He had such a funny laugh.
And it would take a lot of water for him to take a bath.
I was born in a village
Between the sea on the right
And near rivers, spooky bamboo groves,
hills and wild flowers on the left.
Through the darkest of night
my thought a candle light
carving a blurry image
of how tomorrow be.
Pumpkins in the airare flying
Jack o' Lantern once again is dancing
In a nighttime unveiling
My passion the unmasking
By the grave unfolding
Indeed, saw the melancholy
Historical belies and motifs,
Archetypal myths and mysticism
Haunting the self, the psyche
Just like the spooky tales
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