Poetry Haunted Posted on 10/29/2016 by Khaya Ronkainen / 25 Comments The Moon Inspired by Sanaa at Prompt Nights, “A Million Years Howl When Voices Whisper Among The Trees” Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailMoreLinkedInRedditLike this:Like Loading... dark poetry, haunted, human behaviour, moon poem, poetry community, poetry prompt Khaya Ronkainen Khaya Ronkainen is a writer, poet and creative professional. Her blog focuses on all things poetry and creative nonfiction. View all posts by Khaya Ronkainen →
Ohhh . . . Very Good!
My goodness! This is absolutely chilling, Khaya ? I can imagine the things that have the potential to haunt us amongst the living and shudder at the mere thought of it. Powerfully penned. Thank you so much for participating at Prompt Nights and for your constant love and support.❤️
Lots of love,
Such deep truth… for the scariest of things know how to smile while planning destruction.
Well, that is certainly the truth!
Dear Sanna, thank you!
I’m glad you agree. And it also is unfortunate, indeed!
Oh yes, so true about a smile whilst planning destruction.
I’m pleased to hear that you see it that way too!
There is so much truth in this as hopefully all our fears are swept away then.
Perfect sentiment. Trained my kids not to be afraid of the unknown or the darkness…but those who would pretend to be their friend. XXX
O how very true.
That’s a very good lesson, Gina!
I saw this first whilst away on my phone and it sent chills down me then, even more so, catching up with it here on at home again. The picture matches perfectly and alas, the words too true.
Thanks so much for taking time to read and your encouraging comment, Annika. I appreciate!
You called it!! Why does the song Smiling Faces come to mind? Good one Khaya.
“the Undisputed Truth” of Smiling Faces. 🙂 Thank you, Steph!
Chilling because it is true!
By the way… if you are in the US or Canada, I would like to invite you to joint the Greater Rocky Mountain Horror Writer’s APA….or at least consider it…You are a strong writer who knows how to flex that imagery!
Thanks once again, KC. I appreciate your comment, and the invitation to GRMH. I’ve sent you an email about the possibility of joining. Looking forward to your thoughts!