October the Nineteenth is Dark

October 19, 2015 1:47pm Published by Jules Smith in The Art Philosopher 8 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 19

 

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Have you been following me around in the night again, Jules?

Haha! You have a wonderful sense of menace, Larry! I love it.

Of course, it’s imperative that I perfect my stealth stalking skills in order to be the very best at what I do…

“who’s there?” she asked the sky. “just me your neighbor,” replied a dirty man hiding in a pile of orange leaves, “sorry if i’m over the property line but i’m hiding out from my son. he wants me to take a bath and i hate baths” *)

Haha! I love how this story theme meets all these snippets! Makes me laugh *)

That’s the best argument I’ve ever heard for keeping a pet lion in the garden. The pet gorilla should be kept indoors.

What a marvellous idea. I quite fancy a pet jaguar – you can’t see them in the dark. Gorillas, must indeed, be protected and lazing indoors on the sofa.

Hey, I did that to a girl once but I didn’t think it was weird. Is it? Why did you put this in your horror series?

Ha! Did she know? Anyway, mine aren’t horror stories they are menacing suggestion.
When I look outside from the window and can’t see anything it scares the crap out of me. It must be my vivid imagination but….you never know.

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