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  1. Tinker

    River Crossing

    River Crossing Take me to a dark place where stone-blind bats see and ravaging rodents nest and a single candle's glow is swallowed by the void. Take me to a dark space where spiritless sleep cocoon's my heavy limbs curling into a tight sphere so no one will notice me. Take me to that dark place where the suspended bridge from the living to the dead is camouflaged by river mist and I can cross unimpeded. .~~~ Judi Van Gorder Revi
  2. Tinker

    Goth or Dark Verse

    Goth or Dark Poetry This is pretty self explanatory, Goth or Dark Poetry is mood poetry. The frame of this unsettling genre is at the discretion of the poet and can range from ballad to ode to villanelle and all before, after and inbetween. Eerie, spooky, creepy, depressive themes delivered in heavy, dark words have full range. Hopefully chills will creep up the reader's spine upon reading. A classic example is Edgar Allen Poe's Anabelle Lee. (a Pindaric Ode) I was a child and she was a child, In this kingdom by the sea; But we loved with a love that was more than love- I
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