Huexoloti Honey

by angeliska on November 26, 2009

(Photo by Red-Star) Turkeys are such strange birds. Ugly-beautiful, and regal-ridiculous. Have you ever seen one flying wild? It’s like a giant feathered cannonball shot through the woods. Hilarious and shocking. We saw wild turkeys in Osyka Springs, Mississippi when (…)

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Shooting Stars + Seedpods

by angeliska on November 21, 2009

(Forest Queen by Lindsey Carr) At last, I am rousing myself from my haze of hiding in the tiny seed-pod cave. I have been handed a giant mug of strong coffee (oh dear!) and am experimenting with not taking painkillers (…)

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Doll Hospital

by angeliska on November 13, 2009

Okay so, on this coming Monday, the 16th of November, I will be going into the hospital to have surgery to remove a large ovarian cyst. This has all happened quite quickly, so I’m still processing a lot of information (…)

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807 Esplanade

by angeliska on November 12, 2009

(Photographer unknown) I became friendly with the ghosts of 807 Esplanade not long after I moved into the building. The house held so much history, it would seem strange if it weren’t haunted at least by a few souls. The (…)

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Ectoplasmic Honey

by angeliska on November 10, 2009

Have you ever seen a ghost? Have you ever felt one? Visual apparitions are rare. I waited my whole life to see a clear one. I’ve always noticed the amorphous, ephemeral shades: thin wispy white ones, bulbous black blobby ones, (…)

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Ghost Girls Preserved in Honey

by angeliska on November 7, 2009

I am haunted by phantasms, of late- kept company by their tittering laughter, told stories and been diverted by flashing eyes, white hands fluttering. A chorus of ghost girls has come to tea. Glittering masks and bony arms, they’re always (…)

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Magic Windows #6

by angeliska on November 4, 2009

I haven’t really accepted in my heart that another Halloween is over. In fact, I propose that we extend Halloween into November, and quite possibly further – far into Hexmas territory, eh? It’d be fine by me. I’ve got a (…)

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The Witches' New Year

by angeliska on November 3, 2009

Our Halloween began at twilight, as the last meager trickle of trickertreaters drifted off, leaving us well stocked with gummi body parts + mini almond joys for life. Or at least a little while, knowing the sweet-tooth of certain fellas (…)

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