ONLY HOUSES I SEE

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The new spring blooms colors.

But who even bothers

to breathe the sweet air?

I don’t have a care.

My car fails to start,

a walk in the park.

I raise my small hand.

Gone is the quicksand.

It races down the hill,

the most heavenly thrill.

Shocked faces turn to me.

Only houses I see.

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THE WITCHING HOUR

It’s the witching hour

 

Welcome the witching hour.

We can use their power.

Witches are good for Oasis.

I know them on first-name basis.

They might rid The Dead from here.

I cannot promise or swear.

They can cast spells to kill The Dead.

Better than hiding in your bed.

They are walking down the road.

No resemblance to a toad.

Beautiful they are all.

This night the town will fall.

THE DEAD GAME

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HOUSE OF ILLUSIONS

 
The house is dark.
Candles light the way.
Water is filling the basement.
The truth is being distorted.
Our minds are being controlled.
End House has powers.
Powers of persuasion and illusion.
Are cages falling from the ceiling?
Are those rotating saws?
We better run for our lives.
THE DEAD love their games.
THE DEAD GAME
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THE TUNNEL

THE TUNNEL

The staircase abruptly fell through the ground<br /> and opened a tunnel below End House.<br /> The guests were thrown down the stairs.<br /> Linda lost her grip and began to free-fall<br /> through space.<br /> Creatures with long sharp fingers were<br /> trying to grab her.<br /> Their white elongated faces had their<br /> mouths wide open in silent cries.<br /> Linda kept falling until Todd yelled out,”Stop!”<br /> The creatures magically disappeared and the<br /> tunnel transformed back into a staircase.<br /> Linda was now certain that Todd was hiding<br /> secrets and his powers from her.<br /> She wouldn’t be able to trust him ever again.<br /> The Dead Game by Susanne Leist<br /> http://barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dead-game-susanne-leist/1116825442?ean=2940148410881

The staircase abruptly fell through the ground

and opened a tunnel below End House.

The guests were thrown down the stairs.

Linda lost her grip and began to free-fall

through space.

Creatures with long sharp fingers were

trying to grab her.

Their white elongated faces had their

mouths wide open in silent cries.

Linda kept falling until Todd yelled out,”Stop!”

The creatures magically disappeared and the

tunnel transformed back into a staircase.

Linda was now certain that Todd was hiding

secrets and his powers from her.

She wouldn’t be able to trust him ever again.

The Dead Game by Susanne Leist

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