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How to Write a Truly Scary Story

“But what is it we are afraid of?” wrote Virginia Woolf in 1918. “We are not afraid of ruins, or moonlight, or ghosts.” Woolf was charting a sea-change in the nature of the supernatural tale, but she might as well have been asking future readers “Who will you be, and what will frighten you?” 164 more words

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From the other side

Depending on your religious-philosophical-educational background you probably have an opinion on what lies beyond the moment of death. For some people they get to a beautiful place where they will meet their family and friends once more, for others they will go to a place with beautiful maidens that will treat them as kings, for others you just fall into a deep sleep and maybe someday you will be awaken to be judged with the rest of humanity. 596 more words

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Poem: Give me a truth in truth

GIVE ME A TRUTH IN TRUTH

Chaotic explanations rolling on
No closer to the truth
Dizzying towers of ageless beauty
Crackle crumble over and over… 34 more words

Poetry

Alan Jackson

Last night we went down to Los Angeles to see Alan Jackson in concert. It was a great show, celebrating 25 years in country music, for him. 46 more words

Death

Ghosts

I used to brush ghosts off as
fantasy
fiction
false.

But that was before I saw my own ghost
Staring back at me in the mirror… 73 more words

Poetry

Chicken Butt. Let Him Pass. A Weird Week in Review.

CHICKEN BUTT:
I have been knee deep in weirdness lately.  To begin, on a whim, last Saturday night my friend Brandi came over for the purpose of broomin’ it… as her man calls it.  825 more words

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