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Melancholia

  Wounded… Reaching into darkness. Fleeting… Like a vapor.   I reach for You, But I cannot find You. Instead I find pain. Instead I find sorrow.   I find myself. Alone with myself. Facing myself, Erasing myself.   Submerged and drowning, I sink… Into the sea of misery; Into the abyss of pain.  ... Continue Reading →

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Bloody Marinara

  Every now and then, I write some Goosebump style stories for my kids. Below is one I wrote for my oldest daughter last year. It's called Bloody Marinara.   Olivia placed the pizza on the kitchen table. “Emma! Ainsley! Food’s here!” she heard footsteps running down the stairs, followed by giggles. The three junior... Continue Reading →

Indomitable

Indomitable The anticipation hangs over us like a canopy.  I stare into the eyes of my foe.  He seems confident.  Confident that he will cause my downfall.  His face fills with delight as he thinks about my demise.  He thinks he is going to win,  But there is something he doesn't know- The harder you... Continue Reading →

Man of the Shadows

Man of the Shadows   Eyes all around me, But none of them really see Because the darkness I inhabit And the light has been made to flee.   People all around me, But none of them even care, To peer into the darkness, And see me standing there.   My life goes on unnoticed.... Continue Reading →

Phantom Love

  I was her salvation and she was my fall. We, the arch-love Which would soar above all.   Her wings are black And mine are white. When we made love in the dark Those wings held us tight.   From two different worlds With one kindred soul We broke all the rules And passion... Continue Reading →

Shadowend Funeral Home

  Shadowend Funeral Home By Ezekiel Kincaid   “Shadowend Funeral Home?” Robby Falcon turned his gray F-150 off the main road of Baker High School and onto the service road that led to the interstate. “Brayden, that placed stopped being scary when we were in elementary school.” Brayden Briley, while packing his dip can with... Continue Reading →

When She Turned 13

My oldest daughter turned 13 this past year. As I was going through my writing files, I came across the letter I wrote her for her birthday. The goal was to give her words of wisdom to guide her through her teenage years. I'm sharing it with the hopes that it might encourage someone who... Continue Reading →

More Updates and Exciting News!

  Lot's of exciting things have happened since the last time I posted, so I felt it was time to give some more updates. First, my debut novel with Stitched Smile Publications. The Adventures of Johnny Walker Ranger: Demon Slayer, has entered its second rounds of edits! My editor and I are working hard to... Continue Reading →

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