A beautiful and moving poem by Patricia Salamone. Speak your heart. Always. And forgo regret 💖
When I am gone, will my shadow stay.
Will you see me walking beside your shadow under the moon.
Will the scent from flowers I liked remind you of me.
Will a gentle breeze across your face feel like a kiss from me.
When you hold an item I gave you will it feel like a hug from me.
When holidays come will I be remembered.
When you dream will I be there, and if I am,
is it really a dream, or could I be visiting you.
Speak to me with love in your voice, hug me whenever you can.
Hold me in your heart, forget about your pride
because tomorrow isn’t promised to anyone and regret lasts a lifetime.
Kate McClelland brings us a nightmarish Halloween tale that will cause you to leave the light on tonight! And you might find yourself waking up to your own screaming voice, soaked in sweat, covers in a ball or tossed to the floor. If you’re into all things ghoulish, this story will run a delightful chill up your spine 🙂
As it’s nearly Halloween, I thought I would try a scary story. This is actually based on a poem I wrote about a recurring nightmare. I hope you like it. It’s 1691 words – which, if you turn upside down is – 1691! Hope you’re Halloween is ‘spooktacular’ (so sorry, I really couldn’t resist that one! – I’ll get my coat :0))
It’s midnight, on All Hallows Eve and I am already in bed.
It had been a disaster of a Halloween party. Chase had turned up already very drunk and preceded to puke up over the finger buffet and kind of killed the party mood in one fell swoop.
I threw Chase out and Jake offered to take him home to keep him out of trouble. Chase shouting back to me as I slammed the door ‘Sorry Ginny, really sorry. GINNY!‘
The others sloped…
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