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TURNED TO STONE

enyaja:

TURNED TO STONE

I have turned to stone.

I’m chilled to the bone.

The coldness is spreading.

Where can this be heading?

Please help me.

You can see.

Life is at its end.

I can’t even bend.

Who’s my deadly foe?

I still need to know.

Leave me be.

You shouldn’t see

What I’ve become.

Leave and be gone.

THE DEAD ARE COMING TO TOWN

THE DEAD ARE COMING TO TOWN

Do not come near.
I can see clear
The evil coming to town.
What is with the big frown?

You must leave right away.
The Dead have come to stay.
No one will be left alive.
A death for all who arrive.

Blood will rule the day.
Leave, you cannot stay
In a town slated for death.
Do not stop to take a breath.

Run now like the wind to safety.
Make sure your retreat is hasty.
I have come to warn you.
They will come for you.

THE DEAD GAME
Kindle
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An Ode for THE DEAD GAME #31 on Vampire Suspense Best Sellers

Book

Little did I know
Where I had to go
To find my own book
Playing off the hook.

It’s a vampire suspense best seller.
The Dead Game is a 31 seller.
On Amazon U.K.,
A Kindle for the day.

I want to shout for joy,
Hoping it’s not a ploy
To raise my spirits again
Before being squashed in pain.

Thank you one and all.
My book will rise tall
From depths of best sellers
Who are well known sellers.

Amazon U.K.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Dead-Game-Susanne-Leist-ebook/dp/B00F3IWF70/ref=cm_rdp_product_img

 

FIRES OF HELL

FIRES OF HELL

A hot sight to see.
Now part of the sea.
Gone the lush paradise
By a toss of the dice.

The flames come ashore.
The town is no more.
We flee in despair.
Single or in pair.

Low and behold our loss.
Ground that will grow no moss.
Now grass brown and brittle.
Where there once was thistle.

END HOUSE

END HOUSE

A house so dark and bleak
That I can’t even speak.
Dark shadows glare at me
Where clear windows should be.

Do I dare venture inside?
I’ll have to swallow my pride.
And quietly cross the threshold
Without being so rash and bold. 

There’s a secret party inside.
I wonder if I should run or hide.
Who’s the host of this feast,
Man or dangerous beast?

THE DEAD GAME
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LET’S PLAY A GAME

lifeisthefight: For Ava ❤

LET’S PLAY A GAME

Play the game of The Dead.
It will fill you with dread.
They come in the dead of night.
Before you had a chance to fight.

Do not walk the streets too late.
You’ll be dinner on their plate.
Games, The Dead love to play.
You’ll be the ones to pay.

Come one, come all.
To the town hall.
Demons will strike
With all their might.

Bats will fill the skies
With high shrieking cries.
The end is coming near
For the town we hold dear.

THE DEAD GAME
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A HEART SO PURE

A HEART SO PURE

Only a heart so pure
Can be so clear and sure
Of a life worth living
And a love worth giving.

Look up at the sky
And please do not cry
When you see my heart
Since we’ve grown apart.

I will always love you
And live my life for you.
Until the end of time
You will always be mine.

THE DEAD GAME

THE DEAD GAME

Why do clowns appear
And then come so near?
In my nightmares they cavort
With one another for sport.

I’m afraid to lay my head down.
For I might see another clown.
With their evil grins.
And quivering chins.

The carnival they roam.
So I’m writing this tome.
To leave clues to my demise
If the clowns aren’t too nice.

In a town such as Oasis.
There are few friendly faces.
For the clowns haunt my nights.
And bring with them more frights.

THE DEAD GAME
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DID I DO THAT?

DID I DO THAT?

An ordinary day.
When I went out to play.
Into the cold snow I went.
And I refuse to repent.

It was so quiet.
Before the riot.
A lot of screaming.
With people teaming.

I will leave now.
And take my bow.
Before I am seen.
I’m leaving the scene.