I made that dead thing from what I found inside your mouth it was my project, for you a baby of sorts ours, to keep and cherish to have and to hold in our hands and, between our fingers when I remember where I left its head we can crown it together.
Alistair Thaw is a poet who has work due for publication with The Piker Press. Thaw is also an electronic musician who has recorded numerous horror-themed projects, such as hole house and kindred spirits. Currently, he records as the haunters.
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