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

“The Truth of Madness” by Tina McFarlane

 

You call me mad
Just because I see what you do not
Do you so fear the truth?
I can see you
See you for what you really are
And that terrifies you
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As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

“The Beauty of the Troubled Mind” by Tina McFarlane

The girl

She’s special, or maybe just simple
Electro-shock makes her scream
She bites her tongue off
They like their levers and their needles
That pierce her and make her moan
Soon they will break her

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As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

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

“The stereotypical country music song” by Joseph Vasquez

 

It seems like for the past few years my life has been like a stereotypical country music song; so much of my time and money has gone to my truck and my dogs (I don’t have anything against pure country, it’s one of the most sincere forms of music) My dogs are family, so I would do anything for them, and my truck is almost 13 years old, so there’s obviously going to be issues.

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I live in beautiful, sunny Southern California, the longest I’ve gone without a dog is two weeks, and I’m going to write until I can’t anymore.