Author Archives: Jodi MacArthur

About Jodi MacArthur

I write omnivorous fiction.

Happy Halloween My Undead Lovelies!

“Play With Me” In the basement Down the hall I keep a door, a secret wall At the stroke of midnight When the rats come out to play Its where I like to steal away In a pot Thick as … Continue reading

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Abandon

Wrap around you like a ribbon Take your grief in my palms Toss it like stardust somewhere deep and dark where the sun can’t reach Light into your soul like a dove lift the tapestry where old echoes lie heavy … Continue reading

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Zombie Haiku: Hungry

Arising from depths Where the dead dream and worms crawl Snack stalking zombie

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Friday the 13th Haiku ( Jodi )

Nightmares breathe life Unholy day, horror is born Friday the 13th

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Fable

Every fear has substance. Whether in thought, dreams, or reality. Every warning is valid especially when it comes through lips of one adored. He told me love is a four letter word that is really just another four letter word: … Continue reading

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Undead Poetic Teaser ~ For WildCard (Margo’s library auction story)

Stab wounds in my soul. Punctures leaking conscience, guilt. This death, a cost too great to bear. The whisper of a life I’d promised, is fleeting with every breath, every ounce every pill I sell. My world goes black and … Continue reading

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Mocking Rainbows

Sharp stick draws circles in the sand, complete, one inside another. Lust or love or illusion? Only the artist knows. Despite what the Rolling Stones sing, time is not on our side. The stick is tossed. Nature, like the sea … Continue reading

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