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Lord Sardonic

With a cleft grin he sways
Can he be of assistance?
You should move from his way

Tail-coat submission?
He prefers stalking prey
No trumpet procession… 82 more words

DyllanJ Poetry

The House

The house looked exactly like every other house in the neighborhood. The guy that lived there seemed alright, too. Mr Turner was a hunched wrinkle of a man who wheezed as he walked, but when he was walking his poodle, Cujo, around the neighborhood park, he always seemed very friendly- especially around the neighborhood children. 719 more words

Gothic

Review- 'The Vanishing' Sophia Tobin

Well how about this for an adventure?

I started this thinking it would be a quick and boring read as I’ve never really been one to hold with Gothic heroines. 351 more words

Books

Anatomy of A World of Gothic: The House in the Pines (East Texas) by Janis Susan May

Introduction

My participation in the A World of Gothic series was my proudest moment as an author last year. Talented, award-wining authors penning suspenseful stories with a definite Gothic vibe, each set in a different location around the world, all taking place in a remote, awe-inspiring mansion. 2,510 more words

Writing

Bohemian Hippie Skirt

Bohemian Hippie Skirt

Mogulinterior offers an excellent range of women’s skirts , a fascinating variation of a simple long skirt in a variety of bright and summerish colors.The skirt have a relaxed fit for carefree movement and are extremely light and flowy. 1,213 more words

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The Lolita Spring Cleaning Sale

Selling some of my lolita clothes as they never really fit well and were a bit of an impulse buy… I want everything I own to be my dream dress and because I am probably moving to a different part of Japan come April now is a perfect time to make some space… 89 more words

Lolita Fashion

THE MINORITY VOICE IN THE GOTHIC

REVIEW YOUR NOTES ON ‘THE MINORITY VOICE IN THE GOTHIC.’ CONSIDER THE WRITERS/POETS WE DISCUSSED AND READ. CHOOSE ONE OF THE WRITERS OR POETS, AND DO THE FOLLOWING: 69 more words

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