Dance Macabre, a haiku by Leta Hawk at Spillwords.com

Dance Macabre

Dance Macabre

written by: Leta Hawk

@LetaHawk

 

Skeletons practice

Extreme nudism as they

Dance in their bare bones.

Leta Hawk

Leta Hawk

Leta Hawk had her first encounter with a ghost at four years of age. Since then, she has been fascinated with ghoulies and ghosties and all things that go bump in the night, and now she writes about them. She lives vicariously as a ghost-chasing mystery solver through her Kyrie Carter: Supernatural Sleuth series, which includes The Newbie, School Spirits, and The Witch of Willow Lake.
She also exercises her creative muscles by writing the occasional poem, short story, children's story, or puppet skit, and she enjoys crocheting and needlework.
When Leta isn’t penning spooky stories, she can be found rounding up dust bunnies, or tackling Mt. Dishmore and Laundrypile Peak in her Central Pennsylvania home, which she shares with her husband Mike, sons Wesley and Wayde, and black lab Raven (but no ghosts).
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