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October Tides

Hello Fiends, This is the sequel to another poem I have posted on here called ‘A Curious Electricity’. OCTOBER TIDES The days crawl in and the years crawl out Spreading an infection of contentment and doubt Then in times of unrest, October drops in To check up on the person

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The Fortean Game Hunters Club: What Is The Montauk Monster?

What Is The Montauk Monster? Well, the cleverly dubbed Montauk Monster is an unidentifiable rotting carcass that mysteriously washed ashore near, you guessed it—Montauk, New York. The story began on July 12th, 2008, as a group of friends went for a stroll along the tranquil shores of Montauk, when they

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101 Ways To Die: It Is Certainly Off Course, Of Course, Of Course

Posted in Putrid Poems by villain

Hello Fiends, Here is another excerpt from a little book of death poems I am working on called ‘101 Ways To Die, Accidents, Murders, And Other Techniques To Lose A Life.’ Most of the deaths in the song ‘A Gorey Demise’ from my band ‘Creature Feature’ are based off poems

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101 Ways To Die: Remember When We Were Spontaneous, Now We’re Just Combustible

Posted in Putrid Poems by villain

Hello fiends, This is an excerpt from a little book of death poems I’m working on called “101 Ways To Die, Accidents, Murders, And Other Techniques To Lose A Life.” There will be many more of these to come in the near future. Remember When We Were Spontaneous, Now We’re

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It Was A Dark And Stormy Night

It Was A Dark And Stormy Night A dark noir tale of epic proportions told entirely through vignettes Darkness Surrounds, Then The Low Moaning Of A Single Cello Rain, Falling Like Pebbles The Onset Of A Five-O-Clock Shadow Forty-Eight Hours Wide-Eyed In Dire Need Of Sleep The Grumbled Delivery Of

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A Cactus Tells No Tales

A CACTUS TELLS NO TALES He arrived in a muzzle flash—a speeding bullet ripping through the orange horizon. Orchestrated by a wild spinning of tires, a reanimated cemetery of dust arose in his wake. It hovered like an apparition behind Leonard’s sports car as he tore down a barren stretch

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The Rose Peddler

THE ROSE PEDDLER God, how Raymond hated the city—it was a festering disease, spreading across the countryside. Every time he blinked, every time he slept, every time he turned his back, the steel girders creaked and the concrete walls closed in around him. In his forty-three years of life, he

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The Rose Peddler: Unhappy Ending

***You Have Choosen To Read The Rose Peddler’s Unhappy Ending, Proceed Below*** The Rose Peddler: Unhappy Ending As Raymond drove down his favorite stretch of forgotten road, in his favorite forgotten valley, he sped. Faster, faster. The pine trees whipped past his window and a barrage of thoughts pummeled his

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The Rose Peddler: Happy Ending

***You Have Choosen To Read The Rose Peddler’s Happy Ending, Proceed Below*** The Rose Peddler: Happy Ending As he drove down his favorite stretch of forgotten road, in his favorite forgotten valley, he sped. Faster, faster. The pine trees whipped past his window and a barrage of thoughts pummeled his

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A Corpse In My Bed

Hello Boils And Ghouls, This is the original poem I wrote years ago, that I eventually turned into a Creature Feature song of the same name for the album The Greatest Show Unearthed. Enjoy! A Corpse In My Bed Is it wrong, To have a corpse in my bed? I

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