Best of May 2013Hello everyoneMore Like This
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Flowers, Plants & Macro
PREGNANCY AND INFANT LOSS AWARENESS DAYTODAY, OCTOBER 15THMore Like This
IN MEMORY OF ALL THE BABIES BORN SLEEPING,
THOSE WHOM WE HAVE CARRIED BUT NEVER MET OR HELD IN OUR ARMS
AND THOSE WHO FELL ASLEEP AFTER BIRTH....
KEEP THE STARS SHINING BRIGHT ANGELS!!!!!
I LOVE YOU LOKEN
Roses Are Red, Violets Are Purple Roses are redMore Like This
Violets are purple, I don't care what anyone says!
Sugar is sweet, but not in abundance,
and so are you, but I wouldn't know what you taste like.
Yeah sure, she's beautiful... but so are you!
And just remember that you don't smell like poo.
Poe's Death List:icontechgnotic:More Like This
Foreword by techgnotic
Fri Oct 21, 2011, 8:23 PM
As Halloween approaches, what better way to celebrate the season when the spectral
boundaries of the Kingdom of the Spirits of the Dead touch briefly with the mystical
edges of the Domain of We the Living than to invoke the battered and hellishly bedeviled
soul of Edgar Allan Poe to guide us in communication between (his) ghostly and (our)
ghastly planes of existence.
Poe invented the “detective” story and was an early father of “sci-fi”, and he was also an
extraordinary poet, but he is best known for his Gothic tales of mystery and abject horror –
nearly all of them anchored in the apprehension of an impending cruel and unnatural death.
Edgar Allan Poe by Dr-Horrible
Poe had an inventive genius like no other in his