Tag Archives: Hallowe’en

For a Late October Evening…okay……Hallowe’en!!

October Evening                                           J Johnson Smith The moon creeps through the glimmering autumn mist to hang, a wolf’s eye, scarred by baring branches that loom overhead as a net to catch the fall.   The dark crowd stands around, silently akimbo … Continue reading

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Lost; A Plea for Hallowe’en

Lost;  A Plea for Hallowe’en Lost, one mischievous imp’s trident. Where and when I can’t be sure I know it was an accident, Maybe waiting to happen. Dropped on the floor, in the gutter? It was a wet night, a … Continue reading

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