Welcome to my page of poetry collections.
With words and emotions, footsteps echo down the road… Come travel on a poetic journey, to cities and the heartland, across the sea and to the stars. Find wonders in the shadows and strange things to haunt your dreams. Stare at the moon or wander through memories. Roam the streets of Paris and London, the canals of Venice, travel to mountaintop villages, otherworldly realms, or the dark corners of the heart. Come laugh, come reminisce, come reflect. Find your place in poetry.
Horror Haiku and Other Poems
Words linger… In the darkness of shadows, in the distant screams. They whisper past the drip, drip of blood. The strange beauty of words hide, waiting for you. Embrace the horror. Venture past safe reality, into the world of terror told in verse. Horror Haiku and Other Poems brings forth surreal dread and spins it in artistic countenance. From small chilling bites of poetry, to murky morsels of fright, come find where the words haunt you, where they live and die.
Horror Haiku Pas de Deux
In the shadows—voices. Calling, screaming, moaning. Countless tongues telling tales… of Hell of Monsters and Unnatural Things Come chase the dark words, fall into the spell of terror and sit with the poetic weaver as you watch the world burn. Horror Haiku Pas de Deux is a volume of poetry mixing horror with haiku and verse to chill your bones. Poetic beauty lives forever with the undead.
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