Death stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

What is life exactly? And why should we live? Read More
We are in strange times . Lock down and illness are in the front of everyone's thoughts as they are the new reality. This wanders into the realm of fantasy however, and what happens to us as we shuffle off this mortal coil? Read More

Tags: death

Taken away speaks about an hero mother, who tries to aid the family for food in the deeper forest in the jungle, but on her way backing , was eaten by the predator. Read and enjoy. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I had three different poems going and couldn't figure out why I was having such a hard time finishing them. Then it occurred to me that they all had the same theme. So I pasted them all into one page, made the styles match, and voila, one poem out of… Read More

Book / Thrillers

April 08, 2020

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The The Imaginarium House


Poem / Poetry

April 06, 2020

Off my book called: BL. Coming out soon-ish WB talks about the struggles of having to be away and trying to figure out how to maintain a healthy being Read More
Attempt at virus humor. Read More
My Mother died May 14, 2019. I wrote "Tears for Elsa" to make sense of her passing. Writing this poem was very therapeutic. Read More

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A poem written by Maboyo Marcus about the dynamics of being a love poet and the tragedy that comes with it Read More

Tags: love, death, poet

Being alone and being nothing, you may find, are almost the same thing. For when a person is alone, they find they have nothing left... Read More
thinking of you still , even thou you are gone Read More

Tags: love, death, alone

Poem / Poetry

April 01, 2020

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The A Home For Poetry House

A short acrostic poem about (STOICISM) very free-verse not following any specific rhyme scheme. Read More
this is called michael Read More
Arun Singla: Corona: Silent death, weeping is forbidden. It was the strange cold morning of March, fog enveloped all around, although it is strange in India, a march is a summer month in India, there was no hope of fog in March, it was bewildering, but it seemed like… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Thoughts of a self-introspection during a time between life and death. Inspired by the pandemic Corono virus which led to a global quarantine. I hope I live to write more if not this should be the last poem. Read More
this is based on a true story that happened three months ago. Read More

Tags: death, change, truth

In the wee hours of the morning, Aline's phone began flashing red in the darkness, alerting her of a notification. Tired eyes widened at the email. It contained a message she desperately wished was a joke. Irreversible in nature. How could she, so weak, be her children's strength? Read More

Tags: love, death, pain

taken from my book, "Blown Out Of Proportion" Read More
Dedicated to Kenny Rogers (1938-2020) who died on March 20, 2020. Read More
Dedicated to Lyle Waggoner (1935-2020) who died on March 17, 2020. Read More
Paul Krieg and his wife own and run a motel in the small town of Keyport Maine. Unexplained deaths and accidents seem to plague the motel and torture the couple. All the while this small New England town tries to keep itself and it's secrets safe. This is another installment… Read More
A criminal with a morbid sense of humor to get his next victims. Read More

Tags: death, crime, blood

Short Story / Flash Fiction

March 16, 2020

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The Review Chain House

Life seemed worthless to me until I felt the life of a perfect, innocent creature being stolen. Related video: (The Life of Death by Marsha Onderstijn) Read More
What would you do if you found yourself trapped and had no way out? Read More

Tags: death, fear, trapped

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