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Monday, January 30, 2012

Poems of The Woman In Black

What Did They See?

Rated: R   Thematic material and violence/disturbing images.
Release Date: February 3, 2012
Runtime: 1 hr 35 min

Director: James Watkins
Writers: Susan Hill (novel), Jane Goldman
Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Sophie Stickey


SYNOPSIS: A young lawyer travels to a remote village where he discovers the vengeful ghost of a scorned woman is terrorizing the locals.


REVIEW: Check out the full review of The Woman in Black!


POEMS:
    During afternoon tea, there’s a shift in the air.
    A bone-trembling chill that tells you she’s there.
    There are those who believe the whole town is cursed.
    But the house in the marsh is by far the worst.
    But she wants is unknown, but she always comes back.
    The specter of darkness, the Woman in Black.

    Have you seen her? The woman in black?
    She once lost her boy and now shes come back.
    Our parents all worry they make such a fuss
    For if she cant find him she'll take one of us.


CONTRIBUTOR POEMS:

    Its the holiday season
    And what did appear?
    But a jolly old man
    And 8 tiny reindeer.

    He flew down the chimney
    But never came back
    he must of seen her
    The Women in Black.



    She's cloaked in darkness
    No smile in site
    A deadly silence
    That floats through the night

    We all know her name
    The one behind the attacks
    An epithet that haunts us all
    The one, the only, the Woman in Black.


    She floats through the air
    As silent as night
    No one can see her
    No person in sight

    She is the one
    That starts the attacks
    With eyes of darkness
    The woman in black

8 comments:

  1. "Its the holiday season, and what did appear? But a jolly old man, and 8 tiny reindeer. He flew down the chimney, but never came back...he must of seen her....The Women, in Black"

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  2. Put the child's voice-over narrative to those worlds, and you have yourself the next "Silent Night, Deadly Night" or "Woman in Black Christmas"!

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    1. where did that come from? that doesnt even rhyme!

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  3. i loved the movie! I cried like a baby though

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  4. She's cloaked in darkness...
    No smile in site...
    A deadly silence...
    That floats through the night...

    We all know her name...
    The one behind the attacks...
    An epithet that haunts us all...
    The one, the only, the Woman in Black.

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  5. she floats through the air
    as silent as night
    no one can see her
    no person in sight
    she is the one
    that starts the attacks
    with eyes of darkness
    the woman in black

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