Sardonicus The Graveyard Ghoul

Sardonicus The Graveyard Ghoul

A Poem by Sean M. Addams
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a ghoulish collaboration between FRAN Marie and Sean ADAMS enjoy:)

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Sardonicus the Graveyard Ghoul
Is that an evil smile upon your face.
oh sardonicus
one you cannot erase.
Tis but a hideous grin
For your greed and ghoulish sin
That dreary darkness possessed your soul
as you made your way 

Through the midnight cold.
To a graveyard treasure you sought to reap
scared and shocked you sunk to your teeth
Oh Sardonicus.
Riches have aligned your life sweet
Yet you wallow in defeat
what torment lies beneath your masked disguise.
to be revealed unto our eyes.

Oh sardonicus

With hollow circles of crimson red

Finger nail claws drip of decay

Underneath the grave it eats the dead

A menace of death and disaster

Lurking behind cracked stones of a tomb

As it jumps out from behind

Feel the chills bumps that spell doom

Hunger feeds the cryptic wind

The tell tale heart of the fool

An evil smile upon its face

of sardonicus the graveyard ghoul

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© 2018 Sean M. Addams


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When it comes to dark tales, you are the king, Sean. A gory and macabre offering by the both of you. Nice, Fran!

Posted 11 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Thanks Sean..had fun writing the dark inks with you once again

Posted 11 Months Ago


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A wonderful tale shared. I did like. A great effort of two amazing writers. Thank you for sharing the amazing Halloween tale. Happy Halloween.
Coyote

Posted 11 Months Ago


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Sean M. Addams
Sean M. Addams

Davidson, NC



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" border="0"> I started writing when I was five but didn't take it seriously until 15 . I wanted to express what I was working on in art class on paper and poetry was the best outlet. I was fir.. more..

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