The Tragedy of Fortunatus and Felix – A Free Halloween Poem from Jamie D. Greening

Poetry doesn’t make much sense to low brow folks like me. In the past, I’ve even gone to such lengths as writing programs to write poetry FOR me so I don’t have to deal with it. But when today’s Halloween author, Jamie D. Greening, comes with a poem as visceral as this? Well, it makes me wonder whether the algorithms I built are really a decent facsimile of the real thing.

Check out The Tragedy of Fortunatus and Felix.

Thanks for visiting. We’ve got a bunch of stories coming out for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Check out some of the other authors in our tribe. Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett.

If you like our stories, check out or COVID-19 themed short story collection, THE COVID QUARANTINE CANTINA, available now in Kindle and Print and soon in Audio.

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