Tag Archives: dark

Light in the Dark

Just a little light In the deepest dark Just a little hope The merest spark It could be a ghost Shining in the hall It could be the end The end of it all It could be an angel Weeping … Continue reading

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Strangled

I am strangled by your rules What you prescribe for life The limitations of choice The dictates of your world All written in black and white As though in print they come alive And reach out to hold me down … Continue reading

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Meticulous

I may be a murderer, but I am meticulous. We all have our callings, and this – the slicing and dicing and curing of human meat – is mine. I make it an art work, a vocation. I am careful … Continue reading

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Memory

I don’t remember when I began to forget I’d been taken. Time melded in my place, the basement, so seamlessly that in the end my former life was but a dream and the walls around me prescribed my only reality. … Continue reading

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Black Cat, Black Cat – Horror Nursery Rhyme

Black cat, black cat Purring in the night Black cat, black cat Creeping out of sight Harsh cry, harsh cry As you must descend Sharp claws, sharp claws As you tear and rend Devil spawn, devil spawn Mewing at the … Continue reading

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My Dear – Horror Nursery Rhyme

You are old my dear You are cold and drear To the devil your soul is sold it’s clear The clock will chime you’ll hear One more time this year Then be silent forevermore I fear (c) Helen M Valentina … Continue reading

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Little Zombie Girl – Horror Nursery Rhymes

Little zombie girl With you tongue unfurled Our survival hangs On your hunger pangs Little zombie child So debased and wild Hiding underneath With your grinding teeth Little zombie lost Such a dreadful cost Those that love the most Find … Continue reading

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Fortune

I will read your fortune. Sit quietly and concentrate on what you want to know. Sometimes we don’t really realise what our true questions are, so let them rise. The cards will know, and tell their story, but you may … Continue reading

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Lucy

Lucy made these little dolls. She called them Candy Kids, and she said they were innocent. She learnt how to make them from her grandmother, who she always claimed had gypsy blood. We’d laugh about that,and I liked her dolls, … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale (Horror Flash Fiction)

Once upon a time there was a wicked magician who became obsessed with a young local girl. She was unimpressed with his tricks and fancies and loved another simple boy, and the wicked magician was furious. He determined if he … Continue reading

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