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A Hollow Scream
by Staci Gansky-Wagner
Sunday, October 21, 2007
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True story.

Ouija(weegie)board play
Now out in the trash
Down I gently lay

Premonition I fear
Captivating sensations
Feeling of death is here

Holding your soft hand
Eyes closed tight
Drifting to dream land

Why are you there?
Sitting on my bed
Dressed in mid evil
Must be all in my head

You’re across the room
Not one place but two
Reading a book
Double visions of you

Through the hallway
Distantly I hear
Heavy footsteps
Coming slowly
But not near

Angry, horrid sound
Echoing in my ear
Pitches up and down
Muffled whispers I fear

Dark shaped shadows
There on the wall
Absent signs of life
Creeping down the hall

Furniture twisted
Flipped upside down
Poltergeist there now
Floating silently around

Quickly waking up
To a blood curdling scream
Ouija board is back
What does it all mean?

Is a witchcraft or just a dream?

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Reviewed by Michelle Lowrie (Reader) 11/6/2009
If I remember correctly, I think my great-aunt rescued a Ouija from the trash long before we were born. They don't bother me. When I was in college, I stood and watched a group of students communicating with one. When they asked who I was, it said, "B. H." When the continued to try to find out what B.H. stood for, the fire detectors began to blare. Everyone was shocked that I was the only one who didn't jump, scream, and run. No one understood how I was able to stay there un-fazed. There is a very handsome Native American man in a loincloth that visits my room at night.
Reviewed by michelle noble 1/31/2008
woah terrifiying im never messing with a oiuja board
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 12/24/2007
Bless & Anoint Yourself & Your Home in Faith With Olive Oil in your door ways & windows with just a touch of olive oil
Love & Hugs & Blessings To You
Reviewed by Duane Weide 11/17/2007
Great write. Like all Magick including Witchcraft, it's how you use it. The person makes the practice evil not the practice itself. I've know christians who have done horrible things in he name of God. All in All, very spooky:)
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/1/2007
Very effectively expressed, Staci. Love and blessings to you,

Reviewed by Barbara Smith 10/23/2007
Staci, as I read this I got gooseflesh and an eerie feeling...that dang Ouija Board can cause the hair to stand up on ends. I enjoyed the vivid visions and the various feelings of evil surrounding this. I'd say this is interesting & full of suspense...I liked it!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/22/2007
Eerie visions and dreamlike trances that permeate evil are best left to those who are less susceptible to the fears I harbour when I get near such things. Curious but afraid these mixed feelings can sure screw up the mind. Great write for the season Staci.

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/22/2007
I've had a few mind boggling experiences with that old Ouija Board, and it can certainly bring some frightening results.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 10/22/2007
I remember as a child someone gave us a Quija board and I was terrified of it because of different things I had heard about it. I enjoyed your write and it do make me shiver at the thoughts. Thank you for sharing Staci.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 10/21/2007
pretty darn creepy-a timely write
Reviewed by Crystal-Rain Love 10/21/2007
spooky....great write!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/21/2007

Witchcraft. May appear to be innocent on the outside, but many people have been led down nightmarish paths because of that game...I won't have one in my house. Chillingly penned, well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 10/21/2007
Perhaps it is a little of both. The mind can and does play tricks on us all from time to time, nicely written....

Be safe,
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