Poem: A Ghost Story

Just a prohibitively pithy poem about periodic dyspathy in time for Halloween.

A GHOST STORY.

“Out of their dark abodes
I have roused up the screech-owls.

 

Through the rents
Of the gray mouldering walls they
are fled out,

Into the hated daylight–Here’st
thou them?
There seizes me a horror.”

[from King Yngurd, Adolphus Mullner

[Editor’s note: All graphics from the Internet Archive on Flickr, copyright free].

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Halloween Stories From Previous Years
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A 2015 New Hampshire Halloween – Halloween poetry et al

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More Ghostly Stories from Long Ago (2017)

New Hampshire’s Haunted Halloween History

New Hampshire Customs and Games for Halloween in 1916

The Dark Elements of A New Hampshire Halloween

New Hampshire’s Witches’ Night of 1879

Old Haunted Houses Reported in New Hampshire Newspapers

A White Mountain Ghost Story (2014)

Poem: Ghost House, by Robert Frost

The Ghost of Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods

New Hampshire: Palace Theater Ghosts

Poem: The Ghost (of Abel Law)

 

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