Tag Archive: comedy

Monster Masquerade – Changelings

Changelings (By Kat Mortensen)   If there be monsters Beneath my bed, please lend A hand with this duvet!   *Humorous, dark poem by Kat Mortensen (Click here to visit and follow her… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – Training

Training (Gif by MegaEggz ~ Haiku by Poet Rummager)   Training in moonlight, Demon perfects his head spins for Halloween night.   *Amazing animation by Josh of MegaEggz! (Click here to visit and… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – The Acid Test

The Acid Test By BRH of Exospection Let me bathe your feet To show you I can serve you See how my love burns   *Twisty haiku by BRH of Exospection (Click here… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade – Will You Be My Friend?

  Will You Be My Friend? (By –FlyTrapMan–) I’m smelly, mean, and hairy, Claws, black eyes, twisted horn and an open maw. Drooling puss—the stuff nightmares are made from. All the little kids… Continue reading

Monster Masquerade: Don’t Look Under The Bed

Don’t Look Under The Bed By FlyTrapMan The sun vanished. Night arrived. I shiver. My sleep is deprived. Oh…just the crickets…it’s nothing. Scratch Scratch Scratch …Wait! I think I hear something!

Peanut Butter Trick

She kept peanut butter in her purse for times when she needed to stop her tongue from making remarks that would hurt someone.   *Inspired by the brilliant Egbert Starr’s Potato Chip Man… Continue reading

A Dozen Dead Roses

https://www.flickr.com/photos/atomicslaps/13227981623/in/album-72157659078962662/   For me? The ghost blushed. The mummy smiled. Bandages would come undone soon.   *A truly fantastic photo by FlyTrapMan (Click here to visit his blog). ❤

Turned White

https://www.flickr.com/photos/atomicslaps/22080040992/in/dateposted/ Frightened and shaking, the orange pumpkin turned white in Dracula’s hand.   *White pumpkin photo by FlyTrapMan (Click here to visit his blog). ❤

50 Word Story – Stale Bread

The pain of his death was still prevalent. He’d left them destitute. Dinner was stale bread, and she’d lost her temper and spanked the children. Sighing, she tightened laces and swept the sole.… Continue reading


Choking and gagging, he coughed up feathers. Eating crow did not tickle.   *Eating crow is an American colloquial idiom, meaning humiliation by admitting wrongness or having been proven wrong after taking a… Continue reading