Tag: horror


Introspection

Two ways to write a poem
about your feelings.
First, like an autopsy
on The X-Files: gasping, recoiling,
—Mulder, come look at this—
viscous green shame, pulsating love
that won't die, filmy gray residues of hatred,
a new species of jealousy
antithetical to science—
all as repulsive as it is …
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The Undiscriminating Terror

One common theme in fantasy and science fiction is the terrible destructive force beyond good and evil, the abyssal Things that send dark lords and supervillains running for their mommies, the tentacled world-devouring monsters with minds so eldritch, so alien, we cannot begin to understand them. (Those who try lose …

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