Category: Paranormal Poetry

A Faint Smile

He turned to her A faint smile With depth And sharpness Yet when he turned It was as if He was only An image In a daguerreotype A ghost within The confines Of a photograph A metal plate Yet there He sat in My… Continue Reading “A Faint Smile”

Paranormal Passions

Zombie Passion I look into your eye sockets, Right into your brain And know you love me Even if Your heart is on your sleeve Because you pinned it there After it fell out of your chest.     Vampire Passion Your fangs Glide… Continue Reading “Paranormal Passions”

Headless (a kind of, sort of, romantic Halloween poem)

Headless He stood in front of me his neck a stump without a head. In his hand was a note on expensive stationary scrawled in rough cursive. It said I need a HEAD. To his delight I took a gourd, a pumpkin really, and… Continue Reading “Headless (a kind of, sort of, romantic Halloween poem)”

White Silk, Black Tails

White Silk, Black Tails – A Vampire Love Poem I was a spirit In white silk with pink roses Bustle in back You in black tails Took my breath away And a century later When you realized That I loved you I could exhale.  … Continue Reading “White Silk, Black Tails”

What the heck… on poetry and other things.

A Vampire Poem What the heck, I’ll bite your neck. The Werewolf I watch for the moonrise, The fire in your canine eyes, Your transformation and your lies, Then you eat him and he dies. I’m been so out of it (as you can tell… Continue Reading “What the heck… on poetry and other things.”

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