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Author Name: Premiumpoematic 9 Comments
Date Added: October 31, 2013 19:10:51 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Painting The Hallowe’en

Painting The Hallowe’en



 

There was this painter who painted everything, really good

People who came to see his paintings, became amazed as they stood

He became friends with many of them for that he was so cool

He was enjoying that until a few asked for his self-portrait, How Fool !

 

First, he didn’t take notice and tried to ignore the keen interests on his face

But the fans wouldn’t stop asking and insisted on the portrait for that he was ace

They wouldn’t leave him alone and he didn’t like to reject people no matter the case

He came up with a plan and asked people if interested to get a piece of the portraited face

 

He said: "I will paint a self-portrait especially for you for that there is a condition”

And people agreed right away before giving any thoughts what would be his mission!

They filled in forms with their names and addresses and formed queue for the submission

They were told to wait for their piece and check their post box daily like the old fashion

 

After a few weeks he posted the fans each a letter explaining the procedure

The fans were asked to come to the usual place for display of an especial feature

The day was set, the time was known, the fans were gathering with anticipated eager

It had said in the letter that the painter himself would not come, as he suffered a slight injure

 

Fans had chance to see the paints one more time, for some may have been their last

The moment arrived for the fans to form a circle in the hall and receive their pieces fast

They were asked to wait until everybody received a piece for the role as they would cast

Nobody was aware of the role they had as the mystery play unwrapped to blast

 

The scene was set, the lightings began to roll, setting the moods as it changed colours

Each fan, had in hand a piece wrapped carefully, and differed from the piece of others

The lights rolled on to focus on each piece setting the scene to remove the wrapped covers

A pin drop could be heard, and it seemed like lull before the storm, awaits to inflict suffers

 

The time had come,

The faces left in dark,

The eyes focused as the pieces were unwrapped,

The silence was shattered by a sudden screams of fans,

The painter himself, actually had come!

Real pieces of flesh from his face,

Were flying in the air,

And the painter’s portrait . . .

Was everywhere !

 

Happy Halloween ;%-o) ;o)

HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH



 

Author's Notes:
Just wanted to scare you really:), and by the way, this is a repost and I just came back from the Halloween party;)
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeJoshua M on November 14, 2013 02:37:32 AM Report
Fantastic! Not my favourite piece I've ever read but what it accomplishes extends beyond ratings and all that jazz. From the first line I was enthralled, and it was great. Poetry is so versatile in its methods and even more so in its effects, and you used it to its best to draw me in, tell me a story, and surprise me while I was hanging on to every word. This is what writing really is, and it was well done my friend!
Comment By: PremiumPelagic Mind on November 3, 2013 03:55:12 PM Report
"Horrible" Well Done! :O)
Comment By: PremiumBrian Dziokonski on November 3, 2013 07:53:24 AM Report

Very very cool Dean. Reminds me of the 'twilight zone,' or something creepy from the old 'outer limits' program. Anyway it is splendidly unique and perfect for Halloween. Brian

Comment By: PremiumLindaM on November 2, 2013 01:49:27 AM Report

This macabre write is perfect for Halloween.

Hope you had a great one..

Linda

Comment By: PremiumFirestone Feinberg on November 1, 2013 01:50:01 PM Report

What an imagination you have!  

Ya scared the  ****  outa me!   --D

Comment By: PremiumTomahawk on October 31, 2013 11:04:40 PM Report

An interesting story, Dean, although I don't hold with Halloween. Well done.

 

Len

Comment By: PremiumShe Whispers on October 30, 2011 07:20:00 PM Report
Well my heart rate went up about 30 points!!! Great poem!!!
Comment By: PremiumShirls on October 29, 2011 09:37:51 AM Report


Dean, very interesting but very creative.


 


Shirls/me

Comment By: PremiumHOPE on October 28, 2011 10:45:34 PM Report
Dean, Ok I was hooked until the last nasty flesh flying pieces.  Gross.  Interesting write.  Tina




 


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