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Tea and Oranges: posted on Oct 22, 2:14 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
The power is flickering, so she turns on the electric kettle then lights the candelabra on the dining room table. Oranges are always in the fruit bowl on the counter, well, those kid-friendly halo things, anyway, so she piles a few in a blue ceramic bowl and places it on the table with a paper plate. (0 likes)


Monster See, Monster Do : posted on Oct 20, 1:45 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
Their mother didn’t answer, but Becky yelled back. “It’s not your toy, Harry; you stole it from an assigned Child, and you know you’re not supposed to take their stuff. You’re only allowed to move it to an Odd Location where they will find it weeks later and be Very Confused about how it got there.” (0 likes)


You Had One Job Hamish Macbeth: posted on Oct 19, 12:54 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
My dog's hilarious reaction to Halloween Display. (0 likes)


Written In Stone: posted on Oct 19, 12:51 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Pictures I took of gravestones from New Orleans, Wisconsin and Washington State (0 likes)


Cold Reflection: posted on Oct 19, 1:05 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
Down and down, she bent, until her forehead touched the glass. There was a crack, and then blackness, and then she was looking at her reflection again, but it was in reverse. The face in the gazing ball was young and fresh, and wearing sturdy armor. (0 likes)


The Magic Bottles: posted on Oct 18, 11:58 am by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
A macabre poems about bottles. (0 likes)


The Cameo Mirror: posted on Oct 18, 12:30 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
But then, her grandmother also hid in the back hallway whenever there was a storm, and kept four-leaf clovers pressed into random books, and screamed when the power went out, and didn’t have a single room that didn’t have one of those nightlights and a rosary tucked in a drawer. (0 likes)


The Serriform: posted on Oct 17, 3:51 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Some spooky pictures I took at the Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum in Wisconsin back in May. (0 likes)


Just A Taste: posted on Oct 17, 3:49 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
If a vampire could write a valentine, this is what I think she would say. (0 likes)


Treat Time: posted on Oct 17, 3:47 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Want to see something really scary? Here are some new movies to watch this Halloween! (0 likes)


Almost THere: posted on Oct 17, 3:44 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
A poem about the last two weeks before Halloween (0 likes)


With Teeth: posted on Oct 17, 2:38 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“You can.” I turn my head, baring the side of my neck to him. He knows the spot I mean, the juncture of neck and shoulder. “I’m not asking you to draw blood.” (0 likes)


Falcon: posted on Oct 17, 1:39 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“Yes, honey, that’s a gargoyle. During the Second Golden Age they were brought into use again, not just as decorations on buildings, but also as part of the security systems. It’s said that some of them gained true intelligence, but no one really believes that.” (0 likes)


Death and Taxes: posted on Oct 14, 2:46 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
But the two-arms were no different than any who had come before, or any who would come after. They didn’t run in fear from her visage, her six arms and bladed weapons. No. They… persisted. (0 likes)


Nothing Like Sea Monkeys: posted on Oct 14, 2:58 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
She knew she wasn’t supposed to peek, and she tried not to, but it was harder than not shaking the packages under the Christmas tree every year to see which were toys and which were underwear. After four hours, she peeled open just one quarter of the damp towel. (0 likes)


Chalk : posted on Oct 13, 2:48 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
The last section of Stephen’s walk brought him through the Chalk Alleys. These were narrow streets between great brick buildings, their external walls covered in layer upon layer of chalk drawings. He enjoyed the work of the different artists, and while he could never decipher the tags that represented their creators’ names, he recognized each distinct style. (0 likes)


The Year My Halloween Mask Tried To Kil Me: posted on Oct 12, 2:25 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Costumes are more elaborate now- and I’m pretty sure they’re non-flammable and the masks won’t kill you by strangulation but I have to wonder if that sense of danger coming from our killer costumes and parents who told us that our candy could have been poisoned so they were going to take it and throw it away gave an extra thrill to the night that kids just don’t get anymore. (0 likes)


Stitches: posted on Oct 12, 12:31 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
She pulled her kit from the bottom drawer of her dresser, and threaded the needle with clean, white, thread. She'd filled each spool herself, first gathering the fluffy white fiber from the thread-plants, then cleaning it, carding it, stretching and spinning it until it was fine enough to be sewn into living skin. (0 likes)


My True Story- The Death of an Artist: posted on Oct 11, 12:44 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
I have always wanted to draw I have always wanted to put lines and color together and have them tell a story I have always wanted to be an artist. (0 likes)


The Camels of Mars: posted on Oct 11, 1:38 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“I was going through my father’s things after he died, an I found a picture of him with a camel, and a book about the Texas Camel Corps.” “Is that a real thing?” Morris asked. “Oh, very real. In the early twentieth century a rancher in Texas who’d been the camel caretaker at a zoo decided that camels would be fantastic herd animals.” “O’Reilly, don’t you dare tell me they raised camels for food?” (0 likes)


Storm Head: posted on Oct 10, 2:41 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
I roll my eyes at him, but I sit up in the bed and twist so I can reach the bottle of blue pills on the shelf of the headboard. They’re uncoated. They’re bitter. I hate the taste, the texture, the size. But I shake two of them into the palm of my hand and reach for the glass of lemon-water on my nightstand. It has to be lemon water. Plain water makes me puke. (0 likes)


Vintage Halloween Songs: posted on Oct 9, 3:33 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Cool Find at Youtube! Vintage Halloween/ Autumn songs from the early 1900's to the 1950's. (0 likes)


The Fall: posted on Oct 9, 3:28 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Fall, I love the fall and when it's spooky. Well- (0 likes)


A Piece of Midnight: posted on Oct 8, 11:44 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“A piece of midnight. I like that.” Her voice is weak and thready, her smile watery, but her eyes shine like the stars. “When you look up from now on, you’ll see the missing piece, and know it’s with me until it’s time to be together again.” (1 like)


Oh Just Hush Yourself: posted on Oct 8, 6:20 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
A little thought on Grave Dancing (0 likes)


Haunted: posted on Oct 8, 6:19 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Would You Spend The Night In A Haunted House? (0 likes)


Duet for Two Young Superheroes: posted on Oct 7, 11:25 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“Zach, why aren’t you singing?” “I’m Batman!” his friend answered, trying (and failing) to make his young voice sound deep and husky. “Batman doesn’t sing.” “You wish you were Batman,” Ethan retorted. “I don’t wanna sing alone. You have to sing with me.” (1 like)


Lachesis: posted on Oct 7, 12:49 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
Atropos, the immutable one, went next. She had been in charge of clipping the threads to end lives, and it had gone to her head and bruised her heart beyond repair. Too many children, she said, haven't been allotted adulthood. Too many rapists and murderers were given long lives. She'd cut her own thread, in the end. Lachesis never even knew where she found the scissors. (1 like)


Lydia: posted on Oct 5, 7:19 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
And she remembered the calliope playing and the carousel spinning. It hadn’t been an ordinary carousel. No painted ponies and prancing unicorns. No pretty swan boats for those who weren’t interested in catching the brass ring. That carousel had been populated by grotesques. Leering goblin faces, twisted features of nightmare horses. (1 like)


The Clock Tower: posted on Oct 5, 5:47 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Do you know what its like to be under a spell? I think I do. (0 likes)


Assembly of Bones: posted on Oct 4, 10:53 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
An ode to Halloween (0 likes)


By the Shore: posted on Oct 4, 2:22 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
Here on the sand, she didn’t have to listen to the other girls gossiping about the boys they liked – oooh, Brian’s tentacles are so much thicker and Michael’s. And Benjamin does amazing things with ink. Well, they had a point. Benjamin had skills with ink that were mind-blowing, but even so, squealing and swooning was not Eleanor’s style. (1 like)


Like Clockwork: posted on Oct 4, 12:04 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“A bit,” he hedges. “More than a bit,” he amends, off my accusing glare. “A lot, actually. You were on tour for six months, love. I had to fill the nights somehow. Besides, it was a distraction from the pain.” (0 likes)


I Remember Basin Street: posted on Oct 3, 4:54 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
A macabre thought ( with pictures!) I took away from my Halloween trip to New Orleans a few years ago. (0 likes)


Etiquette: posted on Oct 3, 12:10 am by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
The legends said people froze because she was hideous. But she wasn’t. She was power embodied: sinuous beauty, with eyes that could penetrate your soul, legs that were long, toned, and tanned, and a voice that coiled itself around you almost as tangibly as a warm scarf. (1 like)


October equals Halloween season....you know what that means!!: posted on Oct 2, 6:02 pm by Mellie (Valeroni) - 1 entry
It's that time again.... time to rev up Bayou Blue Dancing Lights!! This is our fourth year putting on a Halloween show and we have come a long, long way from that first year when we were just testing Light-o-Rama out!! (1 like)


It Was That Kind of Day: posted on Oct 2, 3:55 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
Sometimes you just have to raise a little hell to prove your point (0 likes)


TSR: For Your Health. For Your Future: posted on Oct 1, 11:57 pm by MissMeliss (MissMeliss - Bathtub Mermaid) - 20 entries
“As so many projects did, it began with a spark. Our chief of R&D nearly lost his son in a car accident – that was before ground-cars were banned and replaced by CTG flitters. Cloud-to-ground vehicles are one life-saving mechanism." “TSR is another. “ (1 like)


The Pumpkin Patch: posted on Oct 1, 2:06 pm by animos (My Enduring Bones) - 18 entries
A little thought about Pumpkins and what is inside of them. (0 likes)


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