Aside 16 Oct

Another release from GSP Author of the Week: P.J. Caiden

From Midnight Until Dawn by P. J. Caiden

 

Light a candle and step into the world of strange. From Midnight Until Dawn is a collection of dark gothic and horror poems guaranteed to trouble your sleep. Each poem is a journey that will lead the reader into the realms of the bizarre and the surreal. This collection of poems was inspired by the great works of; Edgar Allen Poe, Dante’s Inferno, Robert Frost, George A. Romero, Stephen King and many of the great horror movies of old. These 116 poems carry with them the feeling and flavor of the vintage classics. But also delivers the punch that the modern reader demands. Any fan of goth and horror should add this troubling volume to their library. From midnight until dawn, the darkness belongs to the dead…

Excerpt:

From midnight until dawn
the darkness belongs to the dead.
They are the footsteps in the hallway
that we dismiss as no one there.
They are the mysterious shadows
that move in the darkest corner of the room.
From midnight until dawn
the darkness belongs to the dead.
They are the invisible eyes
that penetrate us
when we are alone.
They are the nightmare
that still stands before us
when we awaken from a dream.
From midnight until dawn
the darkness belongs to the dead
and our seemingly normal world
is a place we dare not tread.

Links:

http://www.gypsyshadow.com/PJCaiden.html#MidExc

Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/From-Midnight-Until-Dawn-ebook/dp/B005D1C644/ref=sr_1_9?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1380887794&sr=1-9&keywords=p.j.+caiden

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