Category Archives: Hallow e’en

3 cat haiku

We had one cat that used to take my shirts off their hangers; another that liked lettuce; one that like to sit in the middle of a work-in-progress jigsaw puzzle, without playing with the pieces; another that liked to play … Continue reading

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Spectral Cinders

Hallowe’en next week, when ghosts, goblins and other strange visions abound. Really weird encounters occur on the street, or at the door, at this time of year and leave one pondering … SPECTRAL CINDERS surprised by time                                             ghosts pick fairy-tale … Continue reading

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The Stirring Night

I’m using a form of poetry that takes off from lines from another poet’s work: a glosa. Hallow e’en. I’m hearing voices in the wind, fingers that brush the door … It’s the time when ghosts walk the night in crumbling … Continue reading

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Outside Haunting

Hallow e’en and I look out my window from the comfort of my work place, feeling blessed by the view, and my surroundings. And then something happens … A A OUTSIDE HAUNTING                 … Continue reading

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Soundless

Halloween. ‘All Hallows Eve.’ The day when we remember the dead and pay our respects; the evening children ‘trick or treat’ from house to house … dusk, when the line between the physical and ghostly worlds is thinnest and magic … Continue reading

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Three Haiku

We’re a week away from Hallow E’en and  children will carve Jack o’lanterns, a custom that comes from long ago when turnips were carved in order to remember souls held in purgatory. It’s the time when things go bump in … Continue reading

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All Hallows

And Hallow e’en approaches, sneaks up on us while we’re not looking. The goblins and witches walk the streets, knock on doors … and children have sugar-fits! ALL HALLOWS ghosts walk under ladders eat hawthorn and stroke black cats at … Continue reading

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