William P. Robertson explores many facets of the horror genre in his new poetry collection, LOST. Vampires, witches, and vengeful ghosts beget traditional terror. There are odes to Medieval doom and sci-fi warfare, as well. Story poems about the "lost" abound. Lost battles, lost minds, and lost souls are wrapped in rhyme and vivid imagery. Screams are uncorked like red wine, and the wind sighs like an orphaned spook. The influence of Lovecraft, Poe, and Jim Morrison is found everywhere. Photos of a Gothic bent add to the eeriness.
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