“Seeking Wisdom to Stardust” by Nicole Heinz

Out of all the stars

and all the galaxies

One planet brights a beacon

Blood-red from killing

but on the surface

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“Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality.” Edgar Allan Poe

“The Girl With No Name” – Horror fiction short story by N. Heinz

The Girl With No Name, A short story
Horror Fiction (Dark material)

The war started when I was fifteen years old. I still remember that day, every day, for the past three years. The first death was executed on live television. Mama used to say she hated the news, that the people reporting it sometimes didn’t tell the truth. Surely, they didn’t deserve to die that way. Then again, no one did, and there’d been too many deaths since that day. But the look on the woman’s face as they’d bled her dry would forever be imprinted in my memory. It was too horrific to be a prank, everyone watching knew that.

What still seemed surreal was the existence of vampires.

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“Blue” by Nicole Heinz

Bloodied hands to ring the bell,
giving and taking the shame
What the night hid well
the dawn brought to fame;
the corpses littering the street
In our minds we knew
the last image of defeat
The bittersweet taste of blue

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“In Due Time” by Nicole Heinz

In dreams,

that’s when I see them burning,

rushed from hiding

All tied by invisible strings

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“The Tale of Velda Blathere” by Nicole Heinz – First Chapter.

 

“I don’t fear broken men, I fear the day their brokenness will be put inside a box. A hidden treasure buried beneath logic and reason. I fear the day empathy will irrevocably become a contagion. Something to be cast away lest we all become infected with a feeling. I’m afraid this story will only grow into a rather old one, one that will be put to rest inside a weeping coffin. The blood of many calling out, only to fall in and out of sleep in hollow, perpetual death.” – Velda Blathere

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