Death, the sable smoke where vanishes the flame.
True love is like ghosts which everyone talks about but few have seen. - Anonymous
Last night you were unhinged. You were like some desperate, howling demon. You frightened me. Do it again! -- Morticia Adams
Buried as mortals, rotted with decay
Now just bones in a coffin they lay
Their bones lie there for such a long time
Hearing the wind and hit by grime
Then they decompose into ashes of gray
Listening to what their souls have to say
With their tombstones hung high above the ground
Listening to the graveyard's creepy sounds
Bats fly by in the night sky
Sad those skeletons had to die.
Trudging through the aged graveyard, floating above the cracked headstones, the Grim Reaper with his mystic undead appearance, silently drags the newly-born dead away into the shadows of the unknown. - Unknown
To suffering there is a limit, to fearing - none. - Sir Francis Bacon
Darkness covers me
his scythe cutting through the air
death takes me away
The Grim Reaper (Hai Ku) by Tiyler Durden
Death is a delightful hiding place for weary men - Herodotus
Howling beasts erode the night
Vampires hunt for an evening bite
Ghosts and specters rattle their chains
As zombies feast upon human brains
One may hear the shrieks and moans
Beneath the dirt, under the headstones
Bats dance in the ruins of an old tower
Midnight is known to be the Witching Hour.
The Witching Hour - Author Unknown
There is a Reaper whose name is death, and with his sickle keen, he reaps the bearded grain at a breath, and the flowers that grow between. - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
From my rotting body flowers shall grow, and I am in them, and that is eternity. - Edvard Munch
For what is it to die, but to stand in the sun and melt into the wind. - Kahlil Gibran
Close the shudders, lock the doors
Here come the demons across the moors
They are coming by hundreds, pale and ripped
Including those skeletons from the crypt
They come from graves upon a hill
Waiting to take you against your will
Vampires and ghosts, burn them all you want
But they'll come back to scare and haunt
If you see a strange and scary sight
It's all because it's Halloween night.
Halloween Night - Author Unknown
It was the night before Halloween
and all through the pumpkin patch,
not a single one had been loosened for some to snatch.
The bats were all roosting and snug in their caves,
while the skeleton-dead lay awake in the grave.
A ghost in it's kerchief, and a ghoul in it's cap,
had just fell asleep for a long, screaming nap.
Undead beasts howled at the moon
assuring everyone that Halloween would be arriving soon.
Then all of a sudden a skeleton's jaw began to chatter,
and every creatures knew of the matter.
An old clock chimed out into the night:
Happy Halloween to All and to All a Good Fright"
The Night Before Halloween - Author Unknown
We are fascinated by the darkness in ourselves, we are fascinated by the shadow, we are fascinated by the boogeyman.
This is the witching hour. It is the hour when dogs howl, and evil is let loose on the sleeping world. Want to hear about it? Then turn your lights out!
Cats are known to see within the dark. Yet, if you had sight like a cat, even for one day, would you really want to see what's in the dark?
Hear the tolling of the bells--
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels!
In the silence of the night,
How we shiver with affright
At the melancholy menace of their tone!
Hell is empty, all the devils are here. - The Tempest (William Shakespeare)
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