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 Category:  Horror and Thriller Poetry
  Posted: October 15, 2016      Views: 318
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My name is Marilyn D.F. Boire, under the pen name of BeasPeas (after my mother, named Bea, who also wrote). I have a BFA in sculpture/3-D art. I also paint (oils, watercolor and mixed media). Like most of us, I've been writing since childhood. I - more...

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Chapter 5 of the book Bewitching Halloween
WARNING-a dark Halloween poem - #5-298-B
"Forever in Shadow" by BeasPeas


Warning ~ A dark Halloween poem

This is the broken man I married.
He's mine, but he walks with slow pace.
With a mortal woman he tarried,
fueling my rage to vengeful embrace.

They dallied alone in the meadow.
Through black magic I acted in haste.
Now he'll walk forever in shadow,
since I obliterated his face.

He needs not a lantern to travel,
although he carries one all the same.
Let his tormented mind unravel,
accursed treachery taking the blame.


Marilyn D.F. Boire ~ October 15, 2016

 

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Hmmm! Witches don't seem to have much of a sense of humor, do they? They don't take slights well, especially betrayal by their spouse.

My Halloween poems will be included in my own book and this one WAS going to be my contribution to Dean's Halloween book as well. However, I didn't follow instructions correctly and will have to contribute another poem to the multi-authored book.

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