Tag Archive: devil

Into the Fire

I’m seeing you tonight. It isn’t my heart I worry about or its thump, thump, thump and its skips. Nor is it my mouth which talks far too much and longs to whisper… Continue reading

Six Words Story: Don’t Invite Demons!

Collage Art By Poet Rummager At dinner, the devil steals soles. *Sole is a fish belonging to several families. Generally speaking, they are members of the family Soleidae, but, outside Europe, the name… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story: The Debt Collector

Whistling, he enters my room. My heart races like the hooves of a doomed deer. Leaning close, he pricks me, then takes a hanky from his pocket; wiping my blood from his horn.… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – Remember Lucifer?

Remember Lucifer? (By AJ O’Brien) All the seas in hell are churning, burning. lost and forgotten souls for death are yearning. there is no end in sight to burn and suffer is their… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – Training

Training (Gif by MegaEggz ~ Haiku by Poet Rummager)   Training in moonlight, Demon perfects his head spins for Halloween night.   *Amazing animation by Josh of MegaEggz! (Click here to visit and… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – Lucifer’s Playground

Lucifer’s Playground Poem and Photograph by Paula Graham   Lucifer, the archangel, fallen from grace, demonized by all: October pilgrimage to the Lord of Hell, Enthroned in his playground— Of flames and groans!… Continue reading

50 Word Story – Like Strawberries

Charles’ eyes drooped; poison consuming him. He’d soon be with Annabelle whom he’d strangled in the house. He saw a dark form, beyond the trees, approaching. “Anna?” The demon took his soul; no… Continue reading

Antithesis

Angel in the light When darkness falls, a demon Writhing in his bed   (Photo from istockphotos.com)

Waiting

She saw him in the shadows; staring and intense. From across the room he winked at her as she was dining with her friends. Taking her dog for a walk one night, she… Continue reading

Sweet Deceit

She plucked the apple He bit it; luscious and sweet Watching, the snake smiled