Décima Challenge 29 Poets Collected

13 Poets from last week’s challenge of FRIGHT and their Décimas. All links open in a new window when clicked on.

Well, what better number of poets than 13 for a Fright prompt during Halloween week? Some different than what you might be expecting. Also, some even record their poetry so you can actually hear what they sound like…the people, not necessarily the poems.

Please check out Challenge 30 posted at 08:00 EST or New York City time for people like me who sometimes gets the time zone things mixed up.

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CSNelson | Don’t Forget the Half:   Please, Define Great…Again – Don’t Forget the Half


L | EASTELMHURST.A.GO.GO:  Woeful Fate


http://www.engleson.ca

Fright of Fancy

T’was that time of year, time of night,
time of season, darkness upon
the land, the soul, the jaded dawn,
when ghouls walk their gruesome rite.

Graveyard spirits, in ancient fright,
Rise from the earth and hover there,
to shock, to scream, and, yes, to scare
the living who will one day chance
to strut our own bone-rattling dance:
Ghosts we will be, in death-howled air.


Bob Fairfield: Crazy Rabbit


Frank Hubeny | Poetry, Short Prose and Walking:     Fright


Laurie McHarrie @ The Hidden Edge:    Fright


Kat Myrman | Like Mercury Colliding:    in a fog


S.S. | Mindfills: I Picked


MMA Storytime:  The Fright of a Fight


Mystical Strings:    Seek First


Revived Writer:   Creepy Candy


Arthur Richardson | Poems, Polemicks and Licks:  Between the Cracks


willowdot21:   Fright



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