MY ENDURING BONES

Stories , Poems, and More By A.M. Moscoso

I think this year for Halloween I will not be dreary, dark or mean. I think this year I will try to have fun I’ll bake some cookies, carve some pumpkins and only hang glittery, family friendly  decorations.   I think this year for Halloween I will not raise the dead, curse the living or cut off …

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Have you ever tasted Halloween with the tip of  your tongue? Tasted like pennies and burnt sugar caramel, thick and sweet sliding down your throat like warm blood. Have you seen Halloween from the corner of your eye it moved like a cat,  black as midnight where does it hide until you walk by alone …

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Poetry, Day Eight: Pleasure From the tantalizing to the satisfyingly sober, have your poem convey a sense of pleasure today. Imbue it with joy, glee, and profound contentment — or, if you wish to keep it dark, write about the lack of or longing for pleasure in your life. The Clunk of a chain whispers, …

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