Ze the Bard Space-Witch of Hey (Noiram Zero)

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Mouths of Night (poetry)

Category: Writing and Poetry

Mouths of Night by Noiram Zero 1. I never know where I’m going  and how I’m getting back through the yawning mouths of night to the human host  wrapped in skin-like blankets. The initiation is a question,  the destination  kaleidoscopic.   2. Before it kisses me underwater there must be some way some point at the horizon something lost in the zap then black. Maybe I can find the costume shop at ni... » Continue Reading

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The Stinkbugs that Ate Appalachia, Pt. 2

Category: Writing and Poetry

Ze thought the stinkbugs were where they belonged: In the past. In the otherwise beautiful, if probably haunted, 200ish year old farmhouse in Cowville, VA. Ze came back to Maryland a new person. Eager to put the family visit behind. The heavy stuff, the stinkbugs, the dust allergies... But They were watching still. ** From inside the suitcase of potential and doom, a lone stinkbug watched as Ze sl... » Continue Reading

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Transfixed: dystopian short (15,000 views)

Category: Writing and Poetry

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NEW Occult Classic intro (rough draft)

Category: Writing and Poetry

1. The Skyway It all began with a five-headed cat. It was balanced at the edge of a railed overlook in a high level with lavender colored shag carpeting. I was coming down the staircase that extended from the overlook. Looking up, I could see the statue. The eyes of the heads had no pupils or irises, and each head faced a different direction. Below me, I could see a desk and a lady there reading a... » Continue Reading

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