8 new poems published in Terror House Magazine

Second feature in Terror House Magazine

Check out the poems ->HERE<-


songless bird

feeling the train

Saint Bernards are big, heavy dogs

an old instrument with rusty strings

spend the quarantine at your girlfriend’s house, they said

a woman named Cactus

cat shaking the paw

they are legend

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  1. That’s what I like about poetry you don’t have to conform to what other think or say! Keep it simple, take the occasional and smoke if you think it’s necessary. As life is to short to tip your hat to anyone that thinks he is superior to you.

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  2. Fellow daydreamer, interior merchant, dark narrator, wirewalker, thin line exponent, inside out guy, too close a distance is your middle name – humble thanks for the LIKE of my Escher poem. I will keep a keen eye on your slender poems – homeopathic intensities, often cathartic, like horseradish on toast followed by a double single malt, something like a Lagavulin for its subtle peaty strength and aftertaste. There’s nothing so strange as folk. If you’re going to research in the future delve into real folklore and folk tales, especially from east Europe. But I suspect all of your research is done ‘on the hoof’ absorbing the vibes, giving free rein to your tamed/wild imagination? Look forward to more.

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  3. lovely poem! i love the description, it really is very moving! thank you very much for sharing this wonderful post, have a great day!☺️

    Follow @everythingtips for tips and recommendations if interested☺️It would mean a lot to me!🥺🤍


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