Rainy Nights In Georgia
By Fadrian Bartley
Rainy nights in Georgia the streets are wet, cold and alone, neighbourhood watch is inactive. But the night itself has no slumber, it watches the hours until the darkness reverts back into the shadows. Heavy wind upon the night of Georgia, whistle below the dark clouds which slowly swallow the moon out of sight. And the dark curtain of sorrow spreads itself over the deadly streets of Georgia. Dark nights are patient, and not everything buried stays within their domain. Death holds them into captivity. The rainy night in Georgia travel there not alone the way there is treacherous because a dead girl always walks the street alone. Without a face without her feet, but still her noisy spike-heels you will hear down the street. A very long time ago, a party girl named Mary Sue, who was walking home on a rainy night, Intoxicated with the devil's brew. struggled on her journey no one was with her that night, when she was hit by a motor car, and lost her very own life. One out of many held captive by death, right there of her last breath she remained and never left. Georgia must pay for what the night has taken away, others will go too, for the life of Mary Sue. For what she had lost must regain at all cost, what death leaves behind become shadows in the wind. And if fail to succeed Vengeance will proceed, for such a tragic incident right there are always accidents. The spirit of a cold death, stained the ground between life and death, And a vex spirit is stronger than the wind, If it finds no rest.
About The Author
Fadrian Bartley lives in Kingston Jamaica. He writes poetry in various themes such as horror, thrillers, high fantasy, life, nature, inspiration, and people’s personalities. His work appears in the R.F.D Magazine, “First Time” issue #173 in 2018, and online web magazines such as Aphelion magazine with his poem “Annabell’ published in 2020 and the Wild Sound Film Festival where you can find his poem “Daughter of the Dust”.
Fadrian is a front desk agent with a diploma in customer service. He writes mostly at night with his cat sitting beside his lamp. He can be reached on Facebook and on Instagram @artexerexes