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FallofUsher Dec 10
Poe only likes birds ironically.
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☠CameoCreeps☠ 20h
make great last minute stocking stuffers so fill it with monsters!
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Chris Semtner Dec 8
This is the grave of 's mother Eliza Poe died in Richmond in 1811 when he was only two. Poe said he never knew her and that, having grown up without her, "the want of parental affection has been the heaviest of my trials."
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Abby Osborne Dec 13
Adv. Eng III is deep in this Dark Romantic experience right now..
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Steven R. Southard 1h
My - related "Reconnaissance Mission" appears in the new anthology Not Far From Roswell. (Get it here: ). Ah, but here's the story behind the story:
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Brently Black 11h
“Years of love have been forgotten in the hatred of a minute.”
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Chris Semtner Dec 12
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Em Alice Dec 13
I have no greater goal in life than to memorize The Raven
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William Zona Dec 12
I just bought these with my grandma which should I start? or ?
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Chris Semtner Dec 9
I climbed on top of the 's Shrine this morning and tried to recreate this 1926 photo of the Enchanted Garden.
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Joe Lugara Studio 16h
Poe's "A Descent into the Maelstrom" is one of my favorites among his stories, thus: "Maelstrom (Poe)," oil, 15" x 24"
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Heartless Movie Dec 10
And where thy footstep gleams in what etherial dances by what eternal streams-
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Public domain movies 13h
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Luis cArlos Jimenez 13h
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Christopher T George Dec 6
Replying to @lizcovart
is a longtime interest of mine. I have given numerous talks about him and also written about him, beginning with a prize-winning Poe tour of Baltimore published in Maryland magazine in Summer 1974.
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Keith Harrop Dec 13
Pencil art: My one and only attempt at Trompe l'oeil Vincent Price and Poe's Raven
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Chris Semtner Dec 7
The 's Shrine has been decorated for .
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Christopher T George Dec 11
's Poe House at 203 N Amity Street has been named 's first "literary landmark." Presumed built for Charles Klassen around 1830, in late 1832 or early 1833, Poe's aunt Maria Clemm moved from East Baltimore to this house.
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#BookLovers 📚 15h
Literary-Inspired Decoration Ideas for a Horrifying White House Christmas
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Orbit | Short Film Dec 13
ORBIT is packed with hand-built models, futuristic walls, glue, paint, etc. Here is a look behind the scenes at the construction and photography of the practical effects.
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