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  A Pale Blue Full Moon
by William Bonilla
Thursday, October 26, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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*****My Contributive Piece
For Halloween*****


Death was in the eve
Before
The night of Hallows
The hour is nearing
I fear and wait
Within a desperation
I wish upon no man
Who recites
His prayers at night.
The beast stirs within me
He's restless to escape
The incarceration
I hold him within,
Myself, I feel deminishing
I am weakening
regardless, I kneel
Each night
Before I lay to sleep
Praying and begging
To the Lord above
To help me
I do not wish to turn
To the alternative
I keep
In the draw, of my night table
There within it, I house
A weapon with six bullets
In its cylinder's chambers
saturated
With silver nitrate.

Please I beg of you
I recite
In my prayers
Don't allow the beast
To escape
His strenght is fed
By the silvery beams
Of the coming
Pale Blue Full Moon
I've locked myself
Within the fortress
I've chosen as my dwelling,
As I write this final note
The sun is setting on the west
Soon The Pale Blue Full Moon
Will appear by my window
Within full sight
Of the beast that's stirring
Inside this body
He the beast, calls his host.

My breathing is becoming laborious
The change, I am unable to stop
The beast is causing me
Severe pain
I hurt frome head to toe
I see my features distorting
Within the mirror before me
I reach for the weapon
That will stop the beast
from escaping
Not only from within
But departing
From this fortress
I've built
To prevent his escape.

I laid my head down
Upon my folded arms
As my hands searchs and feels
The cold steel
I grasp the handle
Place my distorting finger
Through the trigger guard
I held it tight.
To the lord, above
I pray for forgiveness,
To to my love
I know you'll understand
I looked up into the mirror
I see the red blood shot eyes
Of the beast
Protruding salivating fangs
Like those of hungry beast
No longer is the reflection
In the mirror, mine
But a beast from hell.

He's fighting me
As I placed
My .38 revolver
To my temple
I struggle to squeeze
The trigger
Bang!
I never heard the shot
From this
I will never wake up
I feel myself
Floating in warm fluids
Where the serene darkness
Is like a baby secured
In a womb
waiting to extract itself
Into reincarnation
Praying the beast, is left behind
In the hell, that spat him out.


By: William Bonilla
10/03/06

























































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Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 11/2/2006
Daytime here, and days after the Pale Blue Full Moon (thank goodness)...but chilling, nonetheless! Your imigination was working full-force with this!

Micke
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 11/1/2006
William,

Heart-stopping and powerfully emoting write!

Love&Blessings,
Rhonda
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 10/28/2006
Outstanding. Chilling and terrifying poem that is so excellent!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Anna M 10/28/2006
An intriguing and wonderfully written piece. Good sense of rhythmn and powerful imagery right up till the end. Thankyou
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 10/27/2006
Okay! I'm scared now...somebody?????Anybody???

pleazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzze!

susan
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 10/27/2006
wow...a riveting tribute to Halloween and the tortured creatures living in the night

Gina
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/27/2006
A most timely and propos offering, William. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/27/2006
Scary thingy you posted today William!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by J M 10/27/2006
This was kinda scary..... Well expressed William.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/27/2006
William I'm glad I didn't read this at night! Great heinous story/poem for halloween or any toher ween;-) You made it seem
so real it made me shiver!

ET
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/27/2006
C h i l l i n g, compelling poetry, Bill; excellently penned! A Pale Full Moon illuminates the dark and light sides, the classic battle between good and evil. Well done! *applause*

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 10/27/2006
William....absolute beauty my friend...love n luck...BHUWAN
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/27/2006
Chillingly Good, William!
Reviewed by CJ Heck 10/27/2006
This is perfect for Halloween, William! It's scary seeing this all happen from your mind's eye and from the point of view of the beast! Excellent, an edge of your seat thriller.
Love,
CJ
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath 10/26/2006

"A Pale Blue Fullmoon"
Great suspense-ful write William.
Heehee, thank goodness for that .38 revolver.

Thank you for you halloween contribution,
From the Heart of an Artist Quiet Storm

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