A DOOR

 

A door.

A simple door.

Flowers in front.

A closed door.

Why are the flowers

blocking the entrance?

Is there a hidden society

tucked away inside?

Maybe a family

afraid of visitors.

You’ll never know,

Unless you knock.

Do you want to?

The truth might not be

as interesting

or as tantalizing.

Walk away.

Keep the mystery alive.

UNTIL MIDNIGHT STRIKES

 

Welcome to our castle.

Not to be a hassle.

But please knock on the door.

It will open for you and more.

Step inside and join our party.

Everyone eat hearty.

Until midnight strikes doom on the head.

All will be gone except for The Dead.

THE DEAD GAME

 

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A DOOR

A door.

A simple door.

A pot of flowers

sitting before it.

The number one beside it.

What does it mean?

Is the door closed off

from the outside?

No one is to enter.

Why?

Why are the flowers

blocking the way?

Is there a hidden society

tucked away inside?

Or maybe a family

afraid of visitors.

You’ll never know,

unless you knock on the door.

Do you really want to?

Do you want to find out,

or maybe keep it a secret?

The truth might not be

as interesting,

as tantalizing.

Walk away.

Keep the mystery alive.

KNOCK KNOCK

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A house with personality.

Its own unique character.

Sitting on a rise of land.

Watching.

Waiting.

Maybe it isn’t the house,

who is watching and waiting,

but the character who lives inside.

Trick or treat.

OPEN THE DOOR

Nothing holds more mystery<br /> than a closed door.<br /> What is on the other side?<br /> Should we knock on the door?<br /> Is the house deserted or is<br /> someone waiting or us?<br /> The residents of Oasis<br /> knock on the door,<br /> but no one is there to greet them.<br /> They open the door and enter.<br /> This was their first mistake.<br /> THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist

Nothing holds more mystery

than a closed door.

What is on the other side?

Should we knock on the door?

Is the house deserted or is

someone waiting or us?

The residents of Oasis

knock on the door,

but no one is there to greet them.

They open the door and enter.

This was their first mistake.

THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist