Happy Spring

This pic is not a very Halloweenish or scary, but hey, I love me some cherry blossoms and I’ve been playing around Starryai, so I hope you like pic.

Next month is the halfway point to Halloween and I’m going to honoring the 5 year anniversary of Halloween Horror Haiku. There much to celebrate and I’m excited to share what’s in store.

Spring is the season of birth and vitality and with it comes renewed spirit. I’m writing more these days and I hope to share new haiku and stories soon. There’s been celebrity deaths lately that kinda shook me, most Lance Riddick, who was some phenomenal in The Wire. I don’t personally know these people, but as a fan, losing heroes really knocks you for loop and reminds you of your own mortality. We’re not going to be here forever and there’s only so much we can do with our one life. I don’t have a whole lot to be proud of, so I’m determined to change that. Even a broken mind like mine deserves a shot at happiness, so wish me luck and please know, I’m rooting for you too!

Have a great spring, everyone!

March Madness – Ten Great Psychological Horror Films

Originally, my monthly theme was March Madness, but I didn’t like the story. However, I already put together a list of my fave spooky movies about going insane. Is it all in their heads or is something more sinister afoot? Gotta watch to find out.
In keeping with the theme of March Mischief, I’m totally posting a March Madness movie list!πŸ€ͺπŸ˜„

Haiku of the Week

Part III of the March Mischief series.

Banshees wailing
as I stumble out the door
home bound