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· The Writings Collected: Vol. Two

· Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers: A Library Of Unknown Horrors

· Emanations

· Dirty Black Winter

· An Eye In Shadows

· The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Five

· Quakes and Storms: A Natural Disaster Anthology

· Norwood's Discovery

· Tabloid Purposes

· Collectives In A Forsaken Landscape

Short Stories
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· Fandom Weirdness

· A Rural Weird Tale

· A Personal Stalker

· The Monster Amongst Man

· Inquistion Revisted

· Witch's Party

· Misguidance

· Spectral Exile

· The Ichabod

· Examining The Blogosphere

· Gothic Tinged Memoir Anthology Call

· Gothicism on Trial


· The Aftermath: 2 Days of Darkness

· Review: The Tooth Fairy

· review: The Garden

· The Author Speaks

· Hammerhead: SHARK FRENZY

· Writing The Fossil

· Desolated Oblivian

· Gates Of Charon

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· A Morpheus Sleep

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· Birthed In Ashes....

· Passing Judgement

· In Memoriam...

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  Feburary Forlorn
by Nickolaus A. Pacione
Tuesday, February 17, 2004
Rated "R" by the Author.

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tribute to the victims of the E2 tragedy

another night as it would appear of the norms
becoming those that prayed for the death unborn
within another night of a dead winter calm
the walk of the ferryman looking into the night
when it comes when the end of their life is due
in a winter's night within loss in of breath and life
the beginning of the death in the shadow of storms,
when death comes in form of a slender palm,
bodies piling down the stairs,  coming in the fears
waking to the years they lost,  this and forevermore
in demise coming without no form of age,
piles of life as it crushes everyone around,
scars of memory painted in blood red,
as they were left between the trails of life and dead
looking within the fires of death as they no longer breathe,
piles of life closing in as it is becoming close to gone, 
closing in the passing of the years in form of white crosses
haunted in time within a season of a long, cold February,
The years that passed -- the victims in the grave,
told from the passing of seasons, and nightmare screams,
in the winter's winds, one can hear the names of the dead,
from another night that would appear as a night of norms
as in an hour become the endless storms of Hades,
while they feel the cold, slender palms upon their souls,
beneath a memory of years within the emotional scabs,
tearing within a sign of unseen scars -- tearing away,
hearing the deaf screams against the glass
pounding for life which they had death greeting them,
as from time ticks away,  the slender hand reaches,
when it comes among the souls they reaped
waiting away for the nightmares within the pyre.
the touch of the hand,  their souls been sewn,
as what is written in the eyes and stone,
beneath a night as a long night in February

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Reviewed by ***** ********* (Reader)
An OUTSTANDING write, full of depth and drama and the despair of impending doom... nice dramaticization of a dire human tragedy.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

powerful, excellent write--i, too, agree with robert and mitzi and everyone here. :) *BRAVO!*

thanks for your kind words on my horror story. :) you're an expert, i'm still tasting the waters of horror :)

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. :)
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
man.....this is outstanding!!!!
i agree with Robert for sure
very well crafted!!!
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
Excellent write!!!!
Reviewed by jude forese
expertly crafted ...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
Wonderful write and great choice of words!

~ Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu ~
Reviewed by Sue Hess
tragic and well written
Reviewed by Larry Rochelle
Excellent tribute!
Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader)
BRILLIANT work, Nick! I am really impressed, especially when you said
as in an hour become the endless storms of Hades,
while they feel the cold, slender palms upon their souls,
beneath a memory of years within the emotional scabs,
tearing within a sign of unseen scars -- tearing away,
hearing the deaf screams against the glass
< < < < <

One caveat: pls whittle it down..

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