Once Upon a Midnight Dreary

Once Upon a Midnight Dreary …

While I Pondered, Weak and Weary …

Over Many a Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore …

While I Nodded, Nearly Napping, Suddenly There Came a Tapping …

As Of Some One Gently Rapping, Rapping at My Chamber Door …

Was It the Wind, or Something More ?

Doubtless We’ll be Left to Wonder …

Evermore !

Halloween Greetings from the Secret Garden

 Happy Haunting xo Michaela

Post originally published: October 31, 2011

Series of Crows, Created by Vermont Artist Virginia Wyoming: Click Here

Lines of Poetry Quoted from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”. To Visit the Edgar Allan Poe Museum Online: Click Here

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One Reply to “Once Upon a Midnight Dreary”

  1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Your Crows! (Do they have a “hematite” type glaze?)
    Flair for the Dramatic: Black Suede Gloves, Ostrich Feather Stole, Damp Forest Moss, Creeping Hydrangea…
    And All Hallows’ E’en: )
    xo :D

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