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Poe Reflection

Benjamin Bala
English 3 Honors
Ms. Repko
3/26/15
Poe Story Comparison

The two stories read in class “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Cask of Amontillado” are both very dark. 279 more words

Non-Fiction

Happy World Goth Day!

From myself and Mr Poe:

LOVE this t-shirt by Restyle, which I just received from Poland this week directly from their site. UK retailers seemed to just be stocking the vest top version, but I do like me some arms.   187 more words

Goth

Song of the Day, May 22: (The System of) Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether by the Alan Parsons Project

When engineer, producer, and musician Alan Parsons started working with producer, manager, and songwriter Eric Woolfson, their first project was something Woolfson had wanted to do for a while. 190 more words

Song Of The Day

The Drude.

My children, I will say;
do not roam into the trees,
do not lead your brothers and sisters astray.
Do not follow the depravity of your parent’s ways,
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Writing

Creepy History: The Real Story Behind Edgar Allan Poe's Death

Edgar Allan Poe’s eeriest tale may be the real-life mystery of his unexplained death.

It was a rainy night in October 1849 when the master of the macabre was found slumped in a gutter on the streets of Baltimore, delirious and dressed in ill-fitting clothes. 789 more words

those divine orbs

“For eyes we have no models in the remotely antique. It might have been, too, that in these eyes of my beloved lay the secret to which Lord Verulam alludes. 270 more words

Literature

#Writing

Writing was not easy today.
O’ I know what you are thinking.
You think I should take time to pray.
Writing was not easy today. 30 more words

#poetry