October the Fifteenth is Dark

October 15, 2015 10:41am Published by Jules Smith in The Art Philosopher 12 Comments

October Dark and light: Inspired by the ‘two sentence’ horror stories I have decided to embark on a similar theme but mixing it up with one day of dark and menacing suggestion and the next of light and cheerful. Monday – Friday snippets from your Art Philosopher until All Hallows’ Eve is over…

October 15


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I can hear the wind whistling through the belfry, the crack of distant thunder, portending rain pattering against the window, and the moaning the restless, recently departed in the hallway outside of your door.

I start the Hollywood gig next Wednesday. I’ll keep you updated by e-mail.

Oooh…sinister and creepy.(Firmly locks and barricades door)
Fantastic! I’m so excited for you and can’t wait to hear about it. Let me know if they need a scarecrow 😉

Everyone needs a scapegoat…

I don’t know about a scarecrow. I’ll ask. Maybe for the next Wizard of Oz remake? (a star is born)

The dark version where Dorothy, The Tin man, the Lion and (me) the Scarecrow are terribly sinister..

Looking on the bright side, at least the crows were too scared to peck her.

Exactly, Mr. Gorilla Bananas. Doing her job properly and saving the peasants from starving!

she was the daughter of Dorothy and the Scarecrow. the Wizard fixed everything, though, it all went back to normal. Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and their daughter ran that rusted gold brick road out of Oz as fast as they could before the Wizard realized he had no powers…*)

And she ran really, really fast because now she had legs with feet on and everything so she took her mothers red shoes, (even though they pinched a bit) and scarpered! *)

See what happens when you put your lippy on after a whole bottle of Vino Blanco?

I know, it’s a bugger! 🙂

Do you know what’s creepy about that? No torso.

Yes. I agree.

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