Thankful

I thank the girl Who told me I didn't have the brains To understand classic lit Because of her I now know All my favorite books -Kel Dayheart

Rose Tinted Love

We romanticized the classics Like that life should be idolized And placed on an eternal pedestal But like our memories We only seem to remember the good Talking about the glory days However, darling, it's time To take off the rose-tinted glasses And see the past as it is Not what we wished it to... Continue Reading →

Classic Murder Mystery

You are invited to die--- I mean dine, of course At this creepy--- Lovely house in the middle of nowhere With a host, you've never met Who's sure to die--- Who's sure to be there, I mean And five other strangers With mysterious pasts That are sure to be bloody--- Colorful, sure to be colorful... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Week #17

I enjoy reading the classics, as you guys may have noticed. I've read the classic 'horror' novels that we still spin-off of today: Dracula, Frankenstein, and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. My unchallenged favorite was Dracula¬†(and not just because I read a vampire book on the beach though I was amused as hell). Highly recommend... Continue Reading →

Ugly Reality

Please don't lie to me You are not the gentlemen You pretend to be Dr. Jekyll Or should I call you Mr. Hyde -Kel Dayheart

Topsy-Turvy

Wonderland has lost Its wonder Now it's lackluster Dinged, tarnished Without the laughter That made it The way it was -Kel Dayheart

To Rebuild

Sticks and stones May break my bones Brick and steel May build my walls But words Will just add Insults to my injuries -Kel Dayheart

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