Posts Tagged ‘darkness’

 
October 8  •  Favorites, Fiction, Humor, Short Stories

When Night Falls, It Comes Without Warning

As night falls, a white shadow slithers off the main highway and toward the end of the cul-de-sac. Gather the children, because it’s come for them...

December 3  •  Favorites, Poetry

Far Down the River of Darkness

Poem: In darkness, far down the river of darkness, when darkness doesn’t shimmer like a mirror pierced by life, when there is no head, or body, or...


November 3  •  Poetry

Finding My Kismet Under the Waves

The cyclical nature of the ocean—tides and waves and weather patterns—finds it way into this poem about kismet, a word often translated as fate...

September 7  •  Fiction, Flash Fiction

Riding the Train Down Into Darkness

Riding into darkness, the train begins to pick up speed on the outskirts of the city, past the aging warehouses with their darkened windows...


September 16  •  Photography

Darkness Surrounds, But Up Ahead a Light

Darkness in the tree farm extends in every direction. But in the distance, a break in the forest leads out of darkness and into the light.

September 16  •  Photography

The Path Not Taken

The Path Not Taken. A play of light and dark along a subtle forest path.


November 16  •  Poetry

Tattoo Vampires

A poem celebrating the tattooed youth who suck the marrow from life and despise the old with their brooding souls.