and post notes and photos about your poem like Gary Bateman.
Author's Notes: "The Demon's Shrill Cry of Dread and Horror" is a narrative poem that I co-authored with my colleagues Anne-Lise Andresen and Liam McDaid. The fictional-fantasy story behind this particular poem speaks for itself. Anne-Lise was the one who got the ball rolling with Liam and me on this write. She's the one who tantalized us with the original thematic notion for this poem. Over some time, it developed into a very compelling tale of a mythical village called "Gpeth Tor" that bordered on a true place of evil called the "Dark Forbidden Forest." This forest is essentially an earthly playground, if you will, for Lucifer and his anointed "Demon" who carries out Lucifer's bidding and his evil machinations, which result in the endless and merciless agony and torture of lost souls. This one is definitely not for bedtime reading. Anne-Lise, Liam, and I hope you find this narrative and its chilling tales of dread and horror to be of interest. Sorry for any Nightmares!! Enjoy!! (Gary Bateman - August 20, 2016) (Narrative)
Categories: dark, dream, evil, fantasy, god, metaphor, and symbolism.