Poem: ‘On the Late Massacre in Milton’

  On the Late Massacre in Milton   Who now recalls the ancient bygone days When all our fathers worshiped stocks and stones? Who lives who saw the sacred shrines and groves Where painted men would honor demon-gods? Who saw them dancing ‘neath the standing stones When sacred fires burned on solstice-days?   All this … Continue reading Poem: ‘On the Late Massacre in Milton’

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Short story: ‘Back The Way You Came’ (Rural horror / Southern Gothic)

Back the Way you Came My cousin Erwin is one of the best people I know.  Erwin is also nuttier than a squirrel cellar. I don’t know all the details, and it’s none of my business, but Erwin never had much of a childhood.  He never talked much, and he sported shiners from time to … Continue reading Short story: ‘Back The Way You Came’ (Rural horror / Southern Gothic)