Beware of What is Beneath the Ground…#433

EA MURPHREE – ARTIST – AUTHOR

“Dreams, words, the images, do not doubt them; try to find a meaning of what is tumbling around in your mind. Written below is what my mind laid out for me to explore.” EA MURPHREE

Beware Beneath the Ground…

Thieves, vagrants, gangs, satanic cults, and catacombs beneath the streets, where unsavory people meet.  Ask the old man on the corner, and he will say it is below the earth where evil lurks; as he smiles, his face forms a smirk.

Rituals that are created straight out of hell; if you stay long enough, his story he will tell, then he will take you quickly to a doorway leading to that awful place.  He will say, mind my word, if you go down below the ground, your body will have welts and scratches, and you will be surrounded by growling sounds. 

Words of caution “Mate,” if you adventure out at night, ghosts are not the only thing lying in wait.  If you poke fun at my story and go beneath the ground, you, too, may never be found.

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Author Bio

Born in Alabama to a Native American (Chickasaw) father and an emotionally absent mother since birth, raised by a father, a Native American great-grandmother, and an African American woman who were all grand storytellers.

Summers she lived with her fathers’ sister in Birmingham, Alabama; her aunt Vina would help her discover a library and mingle with a circle of friends that included local writers, artists, and politicians. As early as four years old, she was roaming the countryside alone or with her father; in the evenings, she sat at the feet of these strong-minded individuals listening to the stories of their lives.

Today, she enjoys her children, grand and great-grandchildren, four-legged companion Dixie, lives in Southern Wisconsin, far from her southern roots, and continues to write and paint almost daily.

Below are the books that have been published in paperbacks at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com, under the name of Elizabeth Ann Johnson-Murphree:

Echoing Images from the Soul

Beyond the Voices

Reflections of Poetry

Honeysuckle Memories

Sachets of Poetry on Adoration, Anger, Asylums, and Aspirations

My Journey into Art

Fragments of Time

Rutted Roads

Asterial Thoughts

Flying with Broken Wings

Cherished Memories

Rhythm Rhyme and Thoughts

Cherished Memories

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