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Crucify The Scarecrow

written by: Terry Miller


Crucify the scarecrow
For the deeds the crows have done
October's breeze is blowing
We learn to fear the setting sun
When the dreaded moon is rising
That's when the killer comes alive
A cornfield with an empty cross
A strawman roams the night.

Terry Miller

Terry Miller

Terry Miller lives in Portsmouth, OH. His works have appeared in Sanitarium, Devolution Z, 2017 Rhysling Anthology, The Horror Tree: Trembling With Fear, Siren's Call Ezine, O Unholy Night in Deathlehem, and is set to appear in upcoming anthologies from Blood Song Books and Black Hare Press.
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