It’s coming soon! Like last year, I want to try another swing at the Month of the Macabre, a celebration of October and all things weird and dark and scary. Last year, I only got a few short stories in before I petered out in the whole endeavor, so this year, I knew I needed … Continue reading Coming Soon: 2021 Month of the Macabre
"Windy Lake"a haiku poem by Jeremy C Kester Boats rock to and froWind shivers against waterThe sun hides in clouds For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy's collection: Change of Seasons: Selected Poems. Click the link to get yourself a copy in either print or for Kindle. (Currently exclusive with Amazon, however that … Continue reading Windy Lake – a haiku
"Absent"a poem by Jeremy C Kester My thoughts follow the sound of the air,As I lay silently awake inside.The bitter smell of my sweat surrounds me,Reminds of what I silently dread. These thoughts are but a treat to me.Like the sweet taste of vanilla,Only absent are they of the substance within.I can only hope I … Continue reading Absent – a poem
I overlooked the days and missed setting up today's poem to go at 9am Central Time. To make up for that, expect a poem shortly, and I will set one to go up tomorrow at 9am. Normally I set these things all up in advance a day or two. Didn't work this time.
At what point does one give up? It’s a reasonable question with an answer that almost never is certain. “It depends” seems to be the most reasonable reply. Even still, that brings forward more questions — meaning that it isn’t an adequate answer. So how then does one answer the question? This question slides into … Continue reading When?