PUBLISHED at SPILLWORDS #poetry by jay

My poetry was published today at SPILL WORDS PRESS as part of their #SpillwordsHalloween. Many thanks to Dagmara K. (Director of Development) and the staff over at Spillwords for their continued support of my work.

Please check out their site and their blog, where you will find a plethora of talented poets and writers!


written by: Jay Mora-Shihadeh


I heard about the butcher who
butchered his wife.
I read about the candlemaker
who snuffed out his dog’s life.
I saw the gardener with a
pitch fork at his throat,
threatening to end it all
at the remote end of a rope.
The village is haunted by this
nightmarish tale of …Read more

Photo credit- SpillWords Press

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