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Friday, October 05, 2012
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What snaps in the mind of a killer?

His footsteps echoed on the pavement
As he made his way one night
Through winding streets down by the river
To a bend that's out of sight

He stared into the deep cold water
Trying to forget the sound
A body makes when it is sinking
Bricks tied so it won't be found

He wished those eyes would stop their staring
From the depths into his own
Holding his head he still could hear her
Laughing as he stood alone

The constable found a man floating
In the river late last night
He said he heard a  woman's laughter
From a bend that's out of sight

Who this man was or where he came from
No one knew within the town
There was just one who came to view him
Seemed she smiled as she looked down

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Reviewed by Ken Colonsay 10/14/2012
Ghostly, macabre, like the long black veil. I have limited access to AD at the moment; I'm from the UK, my heart's in the highlands and the Wicklow mountains. :-)
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 10/8/2012
I Love This!! :) I adore dark poetry!!
You capture the awesomeness of shadowy emotions
and his turmoil to haunt him as he hears her laughing from
beyond her watery grave...
you may like a show called DEXTER, it is my all time favorite series
he is a serial killer who only kills serial killers, and he slices
them up in all sorts of demented ways, and then takes the sectioned
body parts and cast them into the sea in black plastic yard bags
and his boat is called "Slice Of Life" lol

Calling upon the darkness to whisper
Love & Candle Light Muses
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/7/2012
A most apt and timely sharing considering the approach of Hallowing; thank you, Jane. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 10/7/2012
The mind of a killer...
of course they are caught in the end
They are all Sociopaths... some quite
intelligent... I have read on all of
them :) Of course my favorite course
of study is Abnormal psychology...

And this soul did get caught in the


Love and Light
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams 10/6/2012
She got him! Dang you're good! I loved it. Be well, Kathy
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/6/2012
Ah, the living dead. Seems like there's a lot of those around these days. A very interesting and appropriately scary story you weave on your poetry web and pull them in.

Reviewed by Debbie Lacy 10/6/2012
This is a Great Chiller Jane! Thumbs Up on the horror!! :)

Reviewed by D. Vegas 10/6/2012
Chilling Jane!

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 10/6/2012
Karma is alive and well within the confines of this one, Jane. Very good.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 10/6/2012
very interesting write Jane another winner
Reviewed by pat medlin 10/6/2012
wow! jane this was a 'hurry-to-the-end' read tosee what happened and then re-read to enjoy the dark again. this was great... visual and otherwise...p
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