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Halloween '07 - #1
by Edwin Larson

Monday, October 22, 2007
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In your house of disillusion
behind the weathered vanes
the wind will howl
while demons crawl
calling out your name

In a quiet moment
tucked snugly in your bed
you'll pray that angels save you
from the voices in your head

But sleep won't bring you comfort
nor refuge in a dream
You'll pace the halls
and scratch the walls
in a silent scream

A statue with a face of horror
that's all you'll be and nothing more
Trapped inside the frozen lake
no prayers will help
no soul to take

Underneath the icy sheet
where Virgil tread
with steady feet
where demons scowl
and Cwn Annwn
howl
will be your final
Trick-or-Treat......

Oh...and you'll find the hot chocolate,
nutmeg and cinnamon
in the cupboard,
Brandy in the wet-bar,
and milk in the fridge...

...And if you'd like,
you can sign up now
for a very special Elving workshop
with Santa as the guest speaker.
Best to book now as spaces
are filling up quickly this year...

Of course we do require a small
deposit...
say
your soul???

Enjoy your evening...
Muwhahahahahahaha(echo-in)hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaza

Copyright 2007 Edwin Dante Larson

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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 10/23/2007
Never new Santa was after my soul, why didn't you tell me this before??? Cute and delightful....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/23/2007
An Elving Workshop?! Where the heck can I sign up??!!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 10/23/2007
LOVE this, great write, the rhyme and flow the scary twisted message!
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/23/2007
Edwin,

Do they serve Bloody Mary's at the wet bar? (lol)
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/23/2007
The best of the best! I love the way you managed to tie my two favorite seasons together in this one and the cadence...a balance between sweet domesicality and fear is excellant. Light but with just the right backdrop of fear.
Well done Edwin.

Fee
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 10/22/2007
I enjoyed your hellish humor mixed with icy lakes frozen by " Cwn Annwn". In the spirit of Menwy the bard, you have captured the essensce of Prydain. Enjoyed
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/22/2007
You know how to put the fright in fright night Edwin! Great stuff!
Love, the finale!;-)

ET
Reviewed by jude forese 10/22/2007
where do i sign? how wet is the wet-bar?
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough 10/22/2007
This is a great Halloween write! You have brought the chill of fright to all. Including the Evil Enchantress.
Love,
annie
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/22/2007
Jays, Edwin,

"...But sleep won't bring you comfort
nor refuge in a dream
you'll pace the halls
and scratch the walls
in a silent scream...."

Aw HELLno. I'll scream loud enough to wake the undead! What a chilling poem--a claustrophobic feel to taut lines, effectively penned. Thanks.

If I have nightmares, I'm blaming YOU!! Well done.

((((HUGS)))) and love, Karla. *shivers*
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/22/2007
Whoooo Booooo I'm outta heah . . . Mammmmmma!!!
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 10/22/2007
You spooked me that's for sure!
Happy Halow's eve!
Susan
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