Deathly Sorrow – A Collection Of Dark Poetry
Reviewed By Richard Bell
Tony Newton put a call out for horror writers and poets to submit pieces for an anthology he was putting together, entitled Deathly Sorrow.
A catchy title and one not to be confused with the Deathly Hallows, little known pieces by a Scottish Author whose name escapes me for the moment!
I carefully considered which poem to send and finally decided on Deathbed, an end of life review as the last breath escapes the body.
Tony is a published author, Horror Movie Poetry and Chasing the Devil. His favourite poem is The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe and the Complete Fungi of Yuggoth by H P Lovecraft are the reason why he loves horror poetry and the occult.
The collection features authors from around the world and the diverse nature of the pieces make it a comprehensive guide to the macabre and supernatural.
This is a collection of dark poetry by writers from across the globe, with one main theme the subject matter must be dark, and haunt the darkest depths of your soul.
This is nightmare comfort food at its finest!
Richard Bell is a poet and writer with a passion for the horror genre. He has work published by Weasel Press, Carmen Online Theatre, Night Gallery, The Horrorzine and the Fragments of Fear series on YouTube, under the name Rick Nightmare.
He lives in a sleepy hamlet in Northern England with his family and galloping insomnia.