G. Edward Smith

November 9, 2019
Dead Stones

Dead Stones.

There he was. Sitting like nothing had happened. Like the past few days had meant nothing. How could a man go through so much and react […]
November 8, 2019


Word of the Day: Incarnadine [ in-kahr-nuh-dahyn, -din, -deen ] adjective: blood-red; crimson.flesh-colored; pale pink.   Synonyms: Glowing Crimson Blooming Claret Rouge Bloody Examples:     […]
November 8, 2019


I moved forwardClawed onwardClimbed the jagged edgeIgnored what was being said Lifted my head highBecame solitary with the skyNever to look downLet all the fears drown […]
November 8, 2019
Finally Free

Finally Free

Lilly ran out the backdoor and over to the nearest house, which was her grandmother’s. Pounding on the door, she screamed, β€œCall 911.” While the police […]
November 6, 2019


She sat pondering the distance that surely had occurred since this morning. Were they gone forever this time? The night would bring darkness and answers.   […]
November 3, 2019

City Life

In six words, tell your story of the above picture.     Follow along on , , , , or to never miss original stories, writing […]
November 2, 2019

All Along The Watchtower

All Along The Watchtower “There must be some kinda way out of here” Oh, said the joker to the thief I want to tell you now […]
November 1, 2019

Thank you to the VA

It seems like a lifetime ago. 2013: I tried to kill myself, threatened to kill my parents, got involuntarily admitted to 5East (VA Psych ward), and […]
November 1, 2019

A Short History Of Stephen King And His Legacy.

I’ve been reading the modern master of horror Stephen King since I was twelve. It all started with The Shining published January 28, 1977. It was […]