The Butter Dish

A true, spooky little tale.

When I was a teenager I lived on the middle floor of a tri-plex that was kind of old, but not too old.  It had a fantastic front porch with a white banister and columns perching up the little roof that kept it covered.

It wasn’t a very big apartment, but the 3 bedroom layout suited our little family. My bedroom was the last one on the right down a short hallway.  It was the Master bedroom which my parents gave to me because my house was where all my friends hung out.  I could sleep 6 girls on mattresses, had a T.V and my stereo.  It was my haven and I loved it. Continue reading “The Butter Dish”



Welcome to the Collective Y. This is a weekly feature where I will present a word containing Y that I find interesting; in the look, the meaning etc, and ask you to tell me the first thing that comes to mind.  Maybe it inspires a scene, a poem or just a feeling.  Let me know!

In the light of this spooky week, I’ll kick off the Collective Y with:


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Thriller Lyrics & Video

treeYou’ve still got time to practice your best Michael moves and finally learn all the words to this epic Halloween ritual.

If you take a moment to read the lyrics without the music I think you will find they are actually pretty great words in their own right.



[1st verse]
It’s close to midnight and something evil’s lurking in the dark
Under the moonlight you see a sight that almost stops your heart
You try to scream but terror takes the sound before you make it
You start to freeze as horror looks you right between the eyes,
You’re paralyzed

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