I see her sometimes, In bars, or on the street, Or in stores, or at games, That woman in black Always all in black Everything black Even her hair, black No color, ever No shiny thing of any Stone but obsidian One white thing Her face so pale And in her smile Teeth so white … Continue reading The Woman In Black – Robert G. Wertzler
Eldest, officially, the Manager and Butler of the castle of Dachaigh Nan Trolls, opened the envelope with his favorite knife, one of a pair made from the fangs of a saber tooth cat, trophies of the hunt. He and the cat had had a disagreement there in that meadow below the wall of the great … Continue reading The Woman In Black II – Robert G. Wertzler
Patricia Harris is a dreamer, crafter, gamer and digital artist who loves creativity in life. She is a devoted mom who can be found doing a variety of art when she isn’t penning poetry and writing words. For more from Patricia, check out Facebook or her blog.
The woman in black clad toe to head being ridiculed for her decision to practice something we don’t understand her identity reduced to the cloth around her body prejudiced as orthodox and primitive We don’t see behind that veil that maybe it’s her choice that maybe the woman in her hasn’t failed For, she has … Continue reading Conditional Freedom – Pallavi
A sound startles me from a deep sleep. Getting out of bed, I see through the window coming from a distance a dark fog. Covering the field with surreal swiftness, up the trellis, past the black roses, into my room. Stepping back, I observe the mist as if gathering up her skirt, shape-shifting into a … Continue reading Woman in Black – Donna Matthews
In the stillness of the morning I see her again The woman in black Standing on the rocks in silence Staring at the sea motionless The breeze lifting her hair and leaving it to tousle about her shoulders Whenever I come at this time she is there Never acknowledging my presence Absorbed in her thoughts … Continue reading Living in the Present – Christine Bolton