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Must the spawn of the devil always be evil?

Today I was faced with a great dilemma. An artist whose paintings I adore but until recently I knew little about biographically, I found out had (to put it lightly) a thing for little girls. 666 more words

To My Mother - Edgar Allan Poe

“Because I feel that, in the Heavens above,
The angels, whispering to one another,
Can find, among their burning terms of love,
None so devotional as that of “Mother,” 101 more words


Edgar Allan Poe \ Cuentos Selectos

Se conviritó en un escritor, poeta, crítico y periodista romántico, y es reconocido como uno de los maestros universales del relato corto, del cual fue uno de los primeros representantes en Estados Unidos. 156 more words


To Isadore - Edgar Allan Poe

I. Beneath the vine-clad eaves,
Whose shadows fall before
Thy lowly cottage door–
Under the lilac’s tremulous leaves–
Within thy snowy clasped hand
The purple flowers it bore. 243 more words

English Poems

The Oval Portrait (1842) by Edgar Allan Poe


Man discovers an exceptionally lifelike painting of a beautiful young woman, then learns what happened to her as a result of its creation. Hackneyed and predictable for modern readers.

Short Stories

Weekly Photo Challenge - Ephemeral - Photography

On cold wintry night when wind answers wolf’s howl, while lights flicker like fleeting fire flames, and barren branches cast eerie movement on frosted windows until fearful moon hides behind darkened cloud, with glass of Amontillado as last pixels fade, erasing words Vincent ushered from Poet’s beating heart, soon to be seen . 64 more words